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The fine art of film art.

The fine art of film art.
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The Fox Is Black The Flop Box A bad beginning makes a bad ending 4/14/2014 Peter Saul curated group show @ Zürcher Studio Austin Lee Taylor McKimens Karl Wirsum Judith Hudson Irena Jurek Gina Beavers Austin Lee again low five Robert Longo Raymond Pettibon @ Venus Over Manhattan Nate Lowman @ Maccarone Gallery Joanne Greenbaum @ Rachel Luffner I forgot the name of this gallery and the artist… A superior liquor store where you take shots with the friendly and generous proprietor when you purchase items Jessie Edwards @ Vito Schnabel Erik Brunetti Holton Rowler @ The Hole Jamie Warren @ The Hole Hamburger Eyes @ Muddguts Vizie spreading the PMA with “NO PEACE” Eddie Iconography x 2 “SAIII, JS, JT” by Alex Lukas Andrew Luck Comments Off

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Infographic: Data Deluge - 8 Zettabytes of Data by 2015 If you think there's a lot of demand for data storage now, you better brace yourself. According to projections pulled together by CenturyLink, we're in for a deluge of big data. By 2015, CenturyLink says that we'll see a four-fold increase in data being created and replicated. This year, CenturyLink projects that 1.8 zettabytes of data will be created. The biggest contributor to all this data is video, which is expected to be 50% of consumer Internet traffic by the end of 2012. The funny thing about data creation is that users aren't even aware of a lot of the data they produce. All of that data has to go somewhere, and even though the cost per GB has dropped (until recently) to one-sixth of what it was in 2005, the capital expenditures for handling data has grown by 50% in the same time. Naturally, enterprises hold most of the data, whether it's created by consumers or by knowledge workers on company time.

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