Topic: The Great Work - Microsoft's Project Silica

I'm assuming they've gone the extra step and devised a way to read this data back... … 1839615098

It sounds a bit ridiculous at first. Dozens of gigabytes of data can now be encoded on a virtually indestructible glass hard drive that’s the size and shape of a drink coaster. Microsoft just revealed a proof of concept. It’s a thin square of glass that’s been laser-etched with microscopic geometric shapes called “voxels” that contain a combined 75.6 gigabytes of data, which contains the 1978 film Superman in its entirety.

Re: The Great Work - Microsoft's Project Silica

Well as the sea's rise, and it becomes Water World, we're gonna need it!  Wait was that Heavy Metal?  I can't remember.