March 4, 2010
54 movies in your pocket
That's what the just-released Kingston DataTraveler 256GB flash drive can hold.
The DT-310 reads data at up to 25MB/second and writes at 12MB/second.
[via Stephen Williams and the New York Times]
March 4, 2010 at 09:01 AM | Permalink
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Is that The Guns of Navarone in your pocket or are you just glad to see me?
Speaking of movies...here's something really interesting (well, to me) -- this guy, Max Linder, was said to be a huge influence on the Big Three silent screen comedians - Chaplin, Lloyd & Keaton; he kind of pioneered the "language" of silent screen comedy, but most people probably never heard of him. This little example cracks me up:
(Sad story though - he & his young wife ended their lives together in a suicide pact when he was only 42. Strange.)
I can see all kinds of visible influence on the early Chaplin & Harold Lloyd films, but Keaton was in a world all his own. An absolute genius.
Posted by: Flautric von Stroheim | Mar 4, 2010 10:19:24 PM
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