There's some poor maths going on in the article.
I think the author is assuming that 3dB means there is 2^3 times the power.
11 posts • joined 8 Sep 2010
I suspect that Google pay for the following:
Train tickets, road tax, petrol duty.
Their electricity and gas bills.
Private health care for their employees.
Wages for said employees that are then taxed with Employees National Insurance, Employers National Insurance, Income Tax.
The employees then pay council tax for their "local services" and VAT on virtually everything they buy.
This all probably amounts to slightly more than bugger all.
I spent many hours playing 4th dimension games on this... E-Type, Saloon Cars, Nevron, Apocalypse, etc. Maybe you could do an Antique Code Show of these.
We had a word-processor, a paint program and a 9 pin dot-matrix printer. And an adapter that allowed you to use Amiga joysticks via the parallel port. And a handheld scanner!!
The best time came when my mum brought home a digital camera from school that used floppy disks!
Crikey, nostalgia o'clock.
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