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* Yaldaram clarifies Tom K. that Alex Smith is correct.

* Yaldaram points Tom K. to see the Yahoo answers
(09-30-2011, 02:32 PM)faviouz Wrote: [ -> ]* faviouz will be finally watching The Matrix tonight.

* lucasbytegenius says it's awesome.
* lucasbytegenius doesn't really like the sequels that much though.
* Paul H.
(09-30-2011, 04:13 PM)Tom K. Wrote: [ -> ]
(09-30-2011, 03:54 PM)Alex Smith Wrote: [ -> ]* Alex Smith explains to Tom that 8 bits are equal to byte; 1024 bytes are equal to 1 kilobyte; 1024 kilobytes are equal to 1 megabyte and so on.

* Alex Smith also explains if you want to get technical a capital B means bytes and a lowercase one means bits (bits are used for transmission speeds while everything else uses bytes for some reason).

* Tom K. states there are actually 1000 bytes in a kilobyte And 1000 kilobytes in one megabyte

* Alex Smith explains to tom that's only what hard-drive manufacturers use. Which is why your computer usually sees it as a smaller drive than what they sell it to you as.
* Paul H. concurs with Alex Smith; think binary, Tom K.

* Paul H. (8^3) * 2 = 1024
(09-30-2011, 05:54 PM)Alex Smith Wrote: [ -> ]
(09-30-2011, 04:13 PM)Tom K. Wrote: [ -> ]
(09-30-2011, 03:54 PM)Alex Smith Wrote: [ -> ]* Alex Smith explains to Tom that 8 bits are equal to byte; 1024 bytes are equal to 1 kilobyte; 1024 kilobytes are equal to 1 megabyte and so on.

* Alex Smith also explains if you want to get technical a capital B means bytes and a lowercase one means bits (bits are used for transmission speeds while everything else uses bytes for some reason).

* Tom K. states there are actually 1000 bytes in a kilobyte And 1000 kilobytes in one megabyte

* Alex Smith explains to tom that's only what hard-drive manufacturers use. Which is why your computer usually sees it as a smaller drive than what they sell it to you as.

* Tom K. states actually there are one thousand bytes in a kilobyte and 1024 bytes in a kibibyte

* Tom K. refers to the Latin meanings of "kilo-" and "kibi-"

* Tom K. states, hence, there are 1000 grams in a kilogram, and 1000 pascals in a kilopascal, and 1000 hertz in a kilohertz, not 1024

* Tom K. states its a common misconception

* wethegreenpeople put the ps vita blog up
* wethegreenpeople would like to know if every one likes it?

http://psvitals.net

* wethegreenpeople needs to start adding content to it....
* faviouz made a spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel to type in his test scores and calculate the average.
* Lo. used to be awesome in Excell.
* Scoutie44 wonders why you wouldn't just use a calculator