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The Internet in 10 years

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Avatar M.J kInG
24 Feb 2013 17:01
Double tht
Avatar The DuDe
06 Dec 2012 10:15
So your saying in 10 years its 7846
Avatar bob123
03 Dec 2012 04:20
nice opinion

+1
Avatar TacoRocco
03 Dec 2012 03:43
Why was this -1ed? The reason is because this is purely opinion with no fact base or any sort of citation to a legitimate source to make us believe that what you are saying might be true. Anyone can write a blog on their opinion, but you need to support your opinion or it is pointless rambling.
Avatar M.J kInG
02 Dec 2012 13:37
Guys you are missing the point. This does not have nothing to do with software or computer. I'm only talking about the internet, the cloud, the thing. not software.
Avatar HexiDecimator
02 Dec 2012 05:18
Woah woah woah woah woah WOAH! -7! What? No, just... no. This blog is too good for that. Why you people all back-guards?
Avatar wowrofl
02 Dec 2012 05:13
Everyone + garbage blogs but - the good blogs? Wow. Why does this have -8?
This is a good blog. +1

also in the firefox web browser if you do inspect element there's a 3d option. It's funto play around with, but it's not stable. Try it
Avatar inSein
02 Dec 2012 04:02
Ugh.
2D > 3D

This time I don't even just mean it because of the character. I mean it because 3D does nothing for me.
Avatar HullBreach
01 Dec 2012 16:33
Quoth Acolyptor:
If you meant as in a unit of space larger than a gigabyte, I believe you meant a Petabyte (PB).


It is correct that a terabyte is larger than a gigabyte. By today's standards, its no longer a massive amount of storage, as you can get a 1TB drive for under $100. Drives as large as 2TB and 3TB have been available for consumer-level for a couple years.

Petabyte will be e next milestone, then Exabyte, Zettabyte, and Yottabyte. I believe the metric system was recently extended to accommodate computer capacity beyond that, with something like Doggabyte, but general metric tables lack that notation. Here's a quick table of values:

1 000 or 2E10 kilo (k)
1 000 000 or 2E20 mega (M)
1 000 000 000 or 2E30 giga (G)
1 000 000 000 000 or 2E40 tera (T)
1 000 000 000 000 000 or 2E50 peta (P)

There are two number conventions, depending on if you count in powers of 10 or powers of 2, to a kilobyte can be considered 1000 bytes or (more properly) 1024 bytes.

In all modern computers, a single unit of storage is the byte, but it consists of 8 bits (or 2 nibbles). A bit is a single 0 or 1.
Avatar a.smith
01 Dec 2012 14:52
Quoth overlordvg:
Quoth a.smith:Quoth FlippenSchweet:

Quoth FlippenSchweet:
... Larger as in 1 terabyte..? Because, Super-computer's use terabytes as their unit of processing. So, 10 trilobytes would be non achievable. Like, 10trilobytes... No. Lawl.

thats the point. If you read what the person said o.O people are so ignorant
Acolyptor
01 Dec 2012 14:45
For the notice, a trilobite is not a unit of storage.
If you meant as in a unit of space larger than a gigabyte, I believe you meant a Petabyte (PB).
Acolyptor
01 Dec 2012 14:40
Quoth HullBreach:

10 trilobites? How old is your computer?! It must be a fossil!


XD
Avatar Skittles
01 Dec 2012 07:10
You guys do realize a trilobyte is an extinct life-form, don't you? Has nothimg to do with storage capacity.
Avatar Raisons du Coeur
01 Dec 2012 06:10
In the future I think computers will be able to love.
Avatar HexiDecimator
01 Dec 2012 05:16
Not only would eMails per minute go up, the amount of telemarketing calls would explode.
Avatar HexiDecimator
01 Dec 2012 05:14
Quoth overlordvg:
Quoth a.smithquote]Quoth FlippenSchweet:


Last time someone said, we started flying in wooden planes.
Avatar Waffle King
30 Nov 2012 23:27
Skynet.
Avatar a.smith
30 Nov 2012 22:38
Quoth FlippenSchweet:
Quoth Lucas7:not just internet, computers in general! i bet there'll there will soon be like 10 trilobyte hard drive computers, but if it does happen then it'd be so expensive
*terabyte
/nerd
he means larger than a terabyte -.-
Avatar FlippenSchweet
30 Nov 2012 22:37
Quoth Lucas7:
not just internet, computers in general! i bet there'll there will soon be like 10 trilobyte hard drive computers, but if it does happen then it'd be so expensive
*terabyte
/nerd
Avatar HullBreach
30 Nov 2012 22:08
Quoth Lucas7:
not just internet, computers in general! i bet there'll there will soon be like 10 trilobyte hard drive computers, but if it does happen then it'd be so expensive


10 trilobites? How old is your computer?! It must be a fossil!
Avatar Lucas7
30 Nov 2012 22:06
not just internet, computers in general! i bet there'll there will soon be like 10 trilobyte hard drive computers, but if it does happen then it'd be so expensive
Avatar jsa005
30 Nov 2012 22:02
I can already have the computer speak to me. And you can too, if you have Windows XP, Vista, or 7 (maybe 8? IDK, haven't used 8 yet) with Narrator, which is built in. Unfortunately on XP it has this sort of old guy voice, and on Vista & 7 it has this annoying grating voice.
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