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angaheru

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Date Signed Up:4/14/2011
Last Login:7/18/2016
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#62 - here to stay 07/17/2016 on "Fashion Was A Mistake" +8
#11 - looks easy to me 11/23/2015 on Courchevel Airport Runway,... 0
#7 - Picture 11/17/2015 on Ur mum works there 0
#12 - Picture 11/14/2015 on There's a flaw in their plan 0
#27 - One of the better animes out there 10/15/2015 on This is Halloween 0
#94 - this is why your eyes deside what hand to hold your gun with, … 10/13/2015 on "There must be a better way" 0
#6 - Picture 09/15/2015 on See discription +2
#38 - well I'm sorry but the meaning of words do change, yes I am aw…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/03/2015 on Clever Jokes. -1
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#41 - miscreant (09/03/2015) [-]
Yeah, keep downthumbing me for being objectively right. Good job.
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#40 - miscreant (09/03/2015) [-]
The meaning of the word never changed, just how it's used.
In any IT class ever they're still gonna teach you that a gigabyte is 1024MB, because that's the truth. The meaning of the word never changed, it just started being used differently by people who aren't educated on the subject.
#36 - so what you're saying is that GiB was invented to be used for …  [+] (4 new replies) 09/03/2015 on Clever Jokes. -1
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#37 - miscreant (09/03/2015) [-]
No, given that you said gigabyte solely means 1000 megabyte and people using it for both don't know the difference makes you wrong.
You are right in that gibibyte means 1024 megabyte. And nothing else.
You are wrong because gigabyte means both 1000 megabyte and 1024. The latter is the more correct while the former is the more common conception.
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#38 - angaheru (09/03/2015) [-]
well I'm sorry but the meaning of words do change, yes I am aware GB originaly was 1024. but after (as you pointed out) marketing started using it as 1000, they needed to clarrify to so they made a new system. yes windows do still display GB as 1024MB, but apple have started to use 1000MB. your points are realy all about what people are used to use not what are technically correct
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#41 - miscreant (09/03/2015) [-]
Yeah, keep downthumbing me for being objectively right. Good job.
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#40 - miscreant (09/03/2015) [-]
The meaning of the word never changed, just how it's used.
In any IT class ever they're still gonna teach you that a gigabyte is 1024MB, because that's the truth. The meaning of the word never changed, it just started being used differently by people who aren't educated on the subject.
#62 - On second thought, let's not go to the farlands it is a trippy place 09/03/2015 on Only Acceptable Minecraft Post +3
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