that’s a lot of peta-files
Pfffft. I remember kilobytes being a big deal.
My father used to program computers with punch cards.
That’s a $hitload of bytes!
** the Vatican Apostolic Library holds many of the rarest and most valuable documents in existence including the 42 line Latin Bible of Gutenberg, the first book printed with movable type and dating between 1451 and 1455.**
Time to fire up and practice with the Late Medieval latin translator, and I wonder if those Jewish guys have wrapped up the one for ladino ~ just all kinds of things there in that otherwise dead language!
The article didn’t address how the information would be input.
There are already inconsistancies between the KJV and the NIV concerning translations of certain words that change the meaning in some scripture.
Wonder if info is mannually input how many will intentionally mis-translate for the purpose of disception.
So could cave paintings be the first and original “hard drive?”
I refuse to use the metric “kilo” bytes, “giga” bytes, and “peta” bytes. I always say my files are “teenie”, “manageable”, “big”, “huge”, “crap ton”, etc.