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- I bring sauce;
Mikasa vs Colossal Titan
And what's the sauce for your gif?
I honestly don't know, friend.
- It needed to be gif'd
Girl tased in slowmotion
Thank you for this great gifd
- But who reacts so causally to being asked a question lik…
The rise of butts due to...
That seems to be the general consensus
- The other day a lady refused to buy a single slice of pizza fr…
Going To The Store
I had a guy not buy a frozen pizza once because there was a small gash in the box. The pizza inside was still wrapped entirely in plastic, but that outside air contaminated the inner card so he didn't want to buy it...
i hope she had diabetes and died from low blood sugar
- The grocery store I work at has those grapes now, they're 6 bu…
DYK Comp #22
- Two homeless dudes come into my store every other night and bu…
Whats For Breakfast
- > Not owning a bad dragon
After an internship at...
>scanning through OPs artificial dick collection to see if they owned a bad dragon
- I always get summoned in these comments. What the **** is a Ki…
Sorry for poor English but it's not my main language.
Kibi is binary prefix of units. Most notably used in IT. It was made together with Mebi Gibi and Tebi to separate decimal (power of 10's) prefixes like Kilo, Mego Giga etc. from binary use in IT. Because Kilo, Mega and Giga were used in IT as a powers of 2
(to be more specific they were used as a powers of 1024 but 1024 is 2^10)
So to make it clear Kibi/Mebi/Gibi
Bytes were made (respectivly 2^10 bytes, 2^20B, 2^30B...).
It's pretty important because difference between decimal and it's binary equivalent have pretty different values. Starting from Kilo/Kibi it's 2,3% difference in amount. But at Terra/Tebi it's 9.1% difference. So to make it clear and not confusing when One prefix can be used as decimal and binary respectively [Like with HDD manufacturers which make disks using decimal in mind, thus making less space that customer would think he bought.]
- My cousin lives in Florida and went to Disney today in memory …
Disney posted this one on...
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