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The Case of Decimal v. Binary

We all know that disk drive manufacturers have been conning us for years with their definition of what constitutes a gigabyte. There are two schools of thought; the binary GB, which is 1024x1024x1024 or 1,073,741,824 bytes and the decimal GB which is quoted as 1000x1000x1000 or 1 billion bytes. The difference is significant (7.4%) and something that has annoyed me ... Read More »

Analysis: Seagate

This is the first of a series of posts looking at storage companies and their investment potential. ** DISCLAIMER: This and related blog entries are for fun only and do not represent investment advice. You should make your own opinions on investments or consult a financial adviser ** Background Seagate’s main business is the manufacture and distribution of hard disk ... Read More »

Storage Stocks

Josh’s recent posts have reminded me of a little piece of work I started but didn’t finish a few weeks ago. I’ve been compiling a list of storage companies which are publicly traded and trying to determine which I feel are value for money as an investment. ** DISCLAIMER ** This blog does not provide investment advice and all opinions ... Read More »