Sunday, February 18, 2007

Save that rare sober Britney mp3 from nuclear blast

Yes, it might look like a particularly bulky cigarette lighter, but in fact it's flash memory that can survive the perils of moisture, vibration, shock, caustic agents, EMI, and "nuclear effects." That's right, "nuclear effects"; I'm not sure exactly what that means, but I'm guessing your up-to-4GB of data would be pretty damn safe.

1 comment:

Carol Maltby said...

I'd assume that the "nuclear effects" would be an EMP. But in that case, how far would you have to go to find an undamaged machine to read it on?