1. Proposal of marriage is a vitally important act in life and it should be very intimate, private. Doing it in front of anyone is a terrible faux pas. Doing it in front of a crowd in a sports arena...he might as well have proposed to her in the mens washroom at the downtown SF Greyhound station by the urinals.
2. There's definitely something asinine and cheeky about trying to use the pressure of all those spectators to coerce the woman. Totally unfair. It's emotional blackmail. The fucker is a passive aggressive creep.
It's a bit of a myth that SSDs will wear out, especially for typical desktop use. (At least, this applies to SSDs from the past few years that have proper wear-levelling.) Even if you write 7GB/day to a decent 256GB 25nm-process SSD, the flash memory should last for tens, if not hundreds, of years. It's far more likely that the controller hardware or software will fail, given the number of failures that have been reported by manufacturers and users.
In theory, it is possible to read data even after all program/erase (p/e) cycles have been used up. In fact, the JEDEC specifies that data on consumer-grade SSDs should be readable for one year after all p/e cycles have been exhausted. So the likelihood of losing data due to the drive reaching the end of its lifetime is small; it's more likely that you'll have replaced or upgraded your system by then.
This new generation of non-volatile memory will be capable of storing up to one terabyte (TB) of data on a single 200mm2 chip, enabling massive amounts of information, such as 250 hours of HD movies, to be stored and played back from an IC smaller than a postage stamp.
Emerging from stealth-mode today, Crossbar, Inc., a start-up company pioneering a new category of very high capacity and high-performance non-volatile memory, unveiled its Crossbar Resistive RAM (RRAM) technology. This new generation of non-volatile memory will be capable of storing up to one terabyte (TB) of data on a single 200mm2 chip, enabling massive amounts of information, such as 250 hours of HD movies, to be stored and played back from an IC smaller than a postage stamp. Crossbar today also announced it has developed a working Crossbar memory array at a commercial fab, a major milestone in the development of new memory technology, signaling its readiness to begin the first phase of productization.
I once sat a a table full of hot secretaries. It's a complex story. There was this 18 yr old male fashion model that got a used Porsche Targa for his 18th birthday that would come and sit at my table at work then all the hottest women would come and sit with us. Then they'd sort of look at me like "what are you doing at our table?" when it was MY table, that I sat at alone a few minutes before.
One day I was sort of looking at these hot babes that spent all their money on clothes and makeup etc, and I just said;
"i've got a question for you all; If A is equal to B and if B is equal to C, is A equal to C?"
This as you know is the simplest most fundamental syllogism. The answer should be obvious to anyone with two brain cells to rub together.
The answer was immedate, universal and loud; "NO".