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1. Photobucket: [email protected]/eienhonou

2. Interactive Archive / Holographic Simulations

2.1. Jay Walker's Library

2.1.1. Article

2.1.2. Description

2.1.3. Images

2.1.3.1. Above

2.1.3.2. Anatomy

2.1.3.3. Planetarium

2.1.3.4. Inspiration Point

2.1.3.5. Gadget Lab

2.2. A Night at the New York Public Library

2.3. Smithsonian

2.3.1. Museums, libraries, archive

2.4. Manovich - Softaware Study

2.5. GE Holographic Storage Gallery

2.5.1. Holographic Storage

2.6. Museum of Moving Image

2.7. Holographic Studio

2.7.1. Video

2.8. Simulations / Virtual realtiy

2.8.1. Visualization Lab at NC State

2.9. Museum Science - UK

2.9.1. Photos

3. Digital Formatting

3.1. The Advancements

3.2. Ethernet Harddrives

3.3. Helium Filled Disks

3.4. Shingled Magnetic Recording (SMR)

3.5. High Performance phase change memory/NAND hybrid solid state storage

3.6. New Generations of Linear Tape- Open

3.7. IBM 154TB tape

3.8. Genetic Storage

3.9. Digitizing books

3.9.1. The Great Library of Amazonia

3.9.2. Issues of Digitizing archives

3.9.2.1. Augmented Reality

3.10. E-Book Readers

3.10.1. Article

3.10.2. Biblio Tech

3.11. Cassette tapes

3.11.1. Tape Data

3.12. 60TM Heat-assisted Magnetic Recording (HAMR) Drives

3.13. Quantum Storage

3.14. Total Amount of Data Stored 2002-2011

3.15. Cloud Storage

3.15.1. Where is Cloud Storage

3.15.2. Is Cloud Storage Green?

4. New Media

4.1. Data embedded within the human system

4.1.1. The Eternity Drive

4.1.1.1. Backing up your brian

4.1.2. Harvard puts 700TB in DNA

4.1.2.1. Video

4.1.3. Biological Computer - Information Reader

4.1.3.1. Scripps Institute: Biology and Computer Science

4.1.4. DNA Storage

4.2. Archive integrating into the Landscape

4.2.1. Dead Drop

4.2.1.1. Description

4.2.1.2. Article

4.2.1.3. China's Cloud City

4.2.2. Idea Box

4.2.2.1. Pictures

4.2.2.2. Article

4.2.3. Animals as Wifi Nodes

4.2.4. Nanotechnology

4.2.4.1. "Superman" Memory Crystals

4.2.4.1.1. Marcel Joseph Vogel (1917 - 1991)

4.2.5. Bacteria Storage

4.2.6. RuBisCo Stars

4.2.7. Quartz Data Storage

4.2.7.1. Quartz Glass

4.2.7.2. Another Article

4.2.8. Data Storage in the Earth

4.2.8.1. World's Data Capactiy

4.2.8.2. What is an Exabyte

4.3. Carbon nanoballs

4.4. Molecular Memory

4.5. Soft Matter

4.5.1. Liquid-State Storage

4.5.1.1. Vanadium Dioxide

4.5.1.2. Article

4.5.2. Liquid Storage

4.6. University of Chicago's New Robot Library

4.6.1. Architect: Helmut Jahn

4.6.2. Article

5. Movie Speculations

5.1. Star Trek

5.1.1. isolinear chips

5.2. Babylon 5

5.2.1. data crystals

5.3. Five-Dimensional

5.3.1. Data Crystals

5.4. Johnny Mnemonic

5.5. Ender's Game

5.5.1. Training Simulations

5.5.2. Buggers- direct connection to peers (queen - soldier relationship)

5.6. Avatar

5.6.1. Tree of souls

5.7. We need more radical sci-fi to inspire future tech

5.7.1. Predicting the Future

5.7.2. Data-driven science is a failure of imagination