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Data transfer via snail

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Data transfer via snail

Comcast has been slow in the Bay area for weeks, I might need to go snail – “The system called SNAP (SNAil-based data transfer Protocol), uses biological carriers, and, for the first time, taking advantages of the unique merits of the wheel for data transfer… System architecture: the system is constructed of a back end – a carriage, Ben-Hur movie style, which is made of a yoke made of light Balsa, and outfitted with two huge wheels – 2 DVD wheels, 4.7 Giga each.” [via] Link.

8 thoughts on “Data transfer via snail

  1. the_steven says:

    I’m reminded of the old phrase “Never underestimate the bandwidth of a VW Microbus filled with CD-ROMS”

  2. tacom8 says:

    10, nay 100 years from now mankind will look back on this single event as the crowning achievement of our era.

    kudos to you little snail, keep on trucken.

  3. DickDurata says:

    As long as we can keep the escargot eating Frenchmen away, reliability and cutting edge bandwidth have finally been achieved.
    Further research in garlic and butter detecting nanobots seems a high priority.

  4. tresbizz says:

    “Never underestimate the bandwidth of a station wagon full of tapes hurtling down the highway”

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