How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

My birthday is coming up... about two months, so start thinking ahead. There's this wonderful USB swiss army knife.

There's something incredibly sexy in seeing a USB drive flipping out of a swiss army knife. I only hope to see it on a bigger, more useful swiss army knife. Maybe a USB leatherman.

Meanwhile, I'll just have wet dreams about the 2.5TB (that's TERAbyte people...) RAM disk. Yes, RAM. As in all solid-state, high speed no spinning disks (which is horribly inefficient), no heads to move (again, horribly inefficient), just quick register based access. It's only $4.7mil... and that's what I really want for my birthday. You'll probably want to chip in as a group for that one though.


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