When I read this news I should think “Great! Now I can store more data in one place.” But all I can think is “Great! Now even more of my data can fail at once.”
I think Seagate and all of these other manufacturers should focus more on getting SSD externals at a reasonable price released rather than making more spinning disk hard drives that could fail at any moment.
If you enjoyed your weekend social media free or just read this site, you may not know that Jason Alexander (George Costanza from Seinfeld) retweeted my tweet to him about my Seinfeld podcast The Anti-Dentites.
I wanted to thank Jason for his generosity. Because of him, our show will find new listeners.
If you aspire to work in any form of journalism, Radio/TV broadcasting, or podcasting then you will be just as fascinated as I was reading Ira Glass’ gadget and software setup, day-to-day activities, and unique workflow.
A decade ago today—August 13, 2004—former MTV VJ Adam Curry spoke these words, recorded in his car in rural Belgium while driving to the Netherlands:
“Well, good morning everybody, and welcome to the Daily Source Code. Thank you very much for taking the time to download this MP3 file. Some of you may have received it overnight as an enclosure in your aggregator. In that case, thanks for subscribing. So first what I’d like to do is to explain exactly what this is, and what the Daily Source Code is going to be.”
It’s a long read, but if you are interested in podcasting at all, you’ll love the story.
This week, Joe and Matt discuss Kramer’s crazy jobs and schemes throughout the series of Seinfeld including the coffee table book of coffee tables, the ocean scented perfume, his modeling/acting career, and a bunch more.