Online report of the Progressive Review. For 51 years, the news while there's still time to do something about it.
The friend who taught me programming 37 years ago that, if memory were a penny per KB (address spaces were smaller then), manufacturers could still sell every KB they could make.And he was right. Today, 8GB (8 million KB) costs 4000 pennies, which is only 1/2000 of the price my friend imagined.Imagine what it might be in another 37 years.
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