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FWIIW: I use one (500GB) to run virtual machines via Thunderbolt connection, when on the road at clients. Fast, doesn't get hot, don't have to worry about bumping it. Don't know if it is faster than a spinny-go-around but performance is very good and it is smaller/lighter. TB much better than USB 3.0.
I also use a SSD because of the ease to take everything when travelling - so easy to keep bulk data on my desktop via the 1TB plugin SSD then just unplug and take with me for use on my Surface when travelling - smaller, lower power, faster and more reliable than a HDD
For a given capacity, a HDD is currently cheaper than SSD. HDDs are also currently available for higher capacities. SSDs, on the other hand, are more resistant to shock (no moving parts), use less power, and are lighter than HDDs.
I would also look into the interface. Having a blazingly-fast drive doesn't help if the data cannot be sent to the computer...
If you have an important point to make, don't try to be subtle or clever. Use a pile driver. Hit the point once. Then come back and hit it again. Then hit it a third time - a tremendous whack.
I use an external 250GB SSD to store my development projects and other aspects of my development environment so I can quickly switch from my 5K iMac at home where I do most of my work to my Macbook when I need to work elsewhere. The enclosure supports both USB 3 and thunderbolt.
BTW: FYI: "Killing" in Danish for "Kitten" as well... But strangely enough not in Swedish...
Anything that is unrelated to elephants is irrelephant Anonymous - The problem with quotes on the internet is that you can never tell if they're genuine Winston Churchill, 1944 - I'd just like a chance to prove that money can't make me happy. Me, all the time
In 999 out of 1000 "funny" interpretations of words from one language, English speakers laugh at non-English words interpreted as if they were English. Very rarely, the joke goes the other way around. If you tell how English words may be laughable in other languages, you make an ignorent fool of yourself, not knowing the true (i.e. English) meaning of those words.
I'll give you one example: If your name is Stephen Cook, do NOT introduce yourself by the common nickname "Steve" in Norway. "Steve Cook" is pronounced like the Norwegian word a hardened male anatomical appendage. For some reason, Americans don't find that funny at all.
That's because a lot of people understand English no matter where they're from, while native English speakers rarely speak other languages unless they live in an area where other languages are commonly spoken (India, Nigeria, etc.). There's a reason why Norwegian isn't taught at American schools
Warm greetings from Socio Economic Development Impaction, We are pleased to invite you to attend the international symposium event scheduled to take place in the month of Date: March 20th - 25th 2017 in Texas city, USA. The international symposium event topics are Sustainable Healthcare System & Economic Development related to the issues of economic growth as it affects our communities and social lives.
The sponsors of the symposium event will cover the cost of your round-trip air tickets from your country to the United States and back to your country and we shall also provide assistance for your visa documents processing with the America embassy in your country to attend the symposium event. You are to contact the event secretary to receive registration application forms and more information to apply for the symposium event.
I look forward to your honorable presence at the symposium venue,
Dr. Elizabeth Walker
SEDI Program Assistant
Please. what is impaction? [checks google] AH, it's constipation! So in the opening sentence you can already tell it's a load of shít.