Wednesday, September 13, 2006


50 years ago today some guy said hey um where gonna put that stuff. And then the hard drive was invented. Yes it went like that. Back then folks was way mo' enterprising. So 50 24 inch disk um I mean d-i-s-c's were set spinning inside an ugly box and shoved a desk. And that where the very first hard got toe kicked to the first hard drive crash. See Image HERE. Luckily they had it all backed up on tape.

September 2006 marks the 50th anniversary of the introduction of the world's first commercial hard drive - the 305 RAMAC Computer, with its 350 Disk Storage Unit - that was designed and built right here in what would eventually become Silicon Valley. The Disk Storage Unit was introduced on Sept. 4, 1956, and the 305 RAMAC Computer was introduced on Sept. 13, 1956.

That first computing unit had a total memory storage capacity of a whopping 5MB on 50 24-inch platters.
That was then. Now some people are predicting that as soon as 12 to 18 months from now, we'll see 1TB desktops coming into the market.
Now your just messing with people. Besides I am having trouble filling up my 120gb.

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