Currently we measure computer memories as follow :
yottabytes (24 zeroes)
What's next (27 zeroes) ?
Instead of adding zeros, why not make the ones we have more efficient?
Less bloat and more functional and efficient use of the memory. That's the trick.
I can remember when 64K was more than enough to do most tasks at the time.
Now we have tons of memory to save spam and useless emails for products I don't need.
Don't get me wrong, I enjoy the extra capabilities of additional memory,
but it seems wasteful to have it and use it so thoughtlessly.
Or why not actually come up with a standard for what a byte is so there aren't so many discrepencies between each machine?
Ever looked up the definition of a byte?
There is no memory standard so if there is a discrepency of 767 bytes at 32k because someone decided to round how big does that discrepency become when you get to a yotta byte?
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