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Monday, April 27, 2009 

Shelf space

Okay, so now we're going to have discs capable of holding 500 gigabytes of information. The article wonders whether there'll be any consumer demand for them, but I'm telling you, if we can get seasons or even series of TV shows to fit into the same space that a movie takes up, I think that's a great thing (less wasteful packaging, to boot).

The phrase "too much information" takes on a whole new meaning.


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