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What to do with massive amounts of computrons, plus quitting in front of people

I am in the bioinformatics space. Irony is, there's no way I could've paid to attend OSCON. 


  1. "... It's actually not a very big data set. It's ... I don't know, a couple dozen terabytes, a couple hundred terabytes, but it's pretty tiny..."

    We live in the future.

  2. The human genome, the part that the Turing machine parts of our body go over to replicate parts of you, is actually about 1GB. You could have the entirety of you on a thumb drive in your pocket.

    It's what the parts *mean* that gets hairy.