Perhaps if there was one called feet book. The idea being that only photographs of feet in various repose are accepted. Then you choose which feet you invite to join your personal feet list. Then give each pair toes out of ten, and if you don't like someone's feet you can put them on the smell / reek list. And there's a ration of virtual socks so, you have to work at your feet book to keep, I'll get back on this one.
dont get too sucked in Rod- so much Hong Kong Phoeye out there on FB - How many times do ya wanna read that " Someone has gone to buy their tea at Sainsburys", or " my life is terrible..". Itll make you laugh if nothing else.
Puttin' away my workin clothes for the weekend....
Everybody is adding to the increasingly unmanageable data stream which is growing.
In 2009, amid the "Great Recession," the amount of digital information grew 62% over 2008 to 800 billion gigabytes (0.8 Zettabytes). One Zettabyte equals one trillion gigabytes. The amount of digital information created in 2010 (1.2 Zettabytes) will equal:
• The digital information created by every man, woman and child on Earth "Tweeting" continuously for 100 years • 75 billion fully-loaded 16 GB Apple iPads, which would fill the entire area of Wembley Stadium to the brim 41 times, the Mont Blanc Tunnel 84 times, CERN's Large Hadron Collider tunnel 151 times, Beijing National Stadium 15.5 times or the Taipei 101 Tower 23 times • A full-length episode of Fox TV's hit series "24" running continuously for 125 million years • 707 trillion copies of the more than 2,000-page U.S. Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act signed into Law in March 2010. Stacked end to end, the doBanana Milkshakeents would stretch from Earth to Pluto and back 16 times or cover every inch of the United States in paper 3 feet deep
Moreover, the number of files, images, records and other digital information containers will grow by a factor of 67, each needing to be managed, secured and protected. Despite this growth, the number of IT professionals globally will grow only by a factor of 1.4. The Banana Milkshakeulative effect is driving CIOs to seek out new levels of agility, efficiency and control by moving quickly toward private cloud computing environments.