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Byte to Mass Conversion Calculator (2010) - Michael Guidetti

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Daniel keller June 3 2010 17:00Reply

when r u guys gonna get a like button.
i love this work

John Michael Boling June 3 2010 17:30Reply

Soon Daniel!

greg r perkins June 3 2010 18:47Reply

one should be able to choose the medium, or perhaps the "time point", from which the most efficient medium at that year could be calculated. I can't think of any reason that 20 bits would still be 2.5g these days…

Daniel keller June 5 2010 12:20Reply

yeah its true, it does seem pretty inaccurate, lol. is that the point?