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(PCWorld)   Helium filled hard drives offer increased capacity, end to explosions when docking your drive in New Jersey   (pcworld.com) divider line 7
    More: Interesting, New Jersey, Electric energy consumption, proprietary software, product marketing, software suites, unit costs  
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2012-09-21 03:17:12 PM  
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It's amazing how many people who live here have no idea where the Hindenburg crashed. I took my motorcycle course right in Lakehurst Naval Base and, after class one day, mentioned I was going to look for the Hindenburg plaque. Everyone else in the class was like, "Wut? Isn't that in Germany?"
2012-09-21 02:20:28 PM  
1 votes:
Big bump in the road, though: what about the looming shortage of helium?
2012-09-21 01:57:47 PM  
1 votes:
Came for the Archer reference, leaving satisfied.
2012-09-21 12:29:19 PM  
1 votes:
I just realized that I have no idea why I shouldn't believe "helium-filled hard drive" and "oxygen-free speaker cables" are equally legit and awesome.

Not that I'm calling shenanigans on this fine product; I've just officially lost my frame of reference for what's obviously techno-bullshiat. It was bound to happen someday.
2012-09-21 12:24:23 PM  
1 votes:
Won't all the pirated .mp3s on a disk like that play out of pitch?
2012-09-21 11:30:24 AM  
1 votes:
OH THE HUGE SSD!
2012-09-21 10:31:17 AM  
1 votes:
Is...is that a Hindenburg joke?

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