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The Famous Druid
Member # 1769
 - posted March 26, 2010 23:07
I bought a memory card for the druidlings camera today.


The civilization that does this can't last.
Member # 1659
 - posted March 27, 2010 03:00
____ TFD, The package has nothing to do with the capacity, I have a 2Gig MicroSD card for my Cell Phone, my thumb nail is bigger than that little piece of plastic. Let alone the commercial packaging. By the way it appeared about the same as yours.
Member # 2097
 - posted March 27, 2010 09:03
It is terrible to think how much plastic is being used to wrap up a postage stamp sized card. But, as you know, the logic is to make it difficult to take off with small items like memory cards.

While I understand the logic, I wish there was some way to make it both theft proof and still keeping the packaging sensibly small.

However, most of the ideas such as locking cabinets, or using a card based system requires a staff that is both helpful and available. Not an easy thing these days.
Member # 1659
 - posted March 27, 2010 14:14
____ And these packages are not eazy to open, I just go out to the barn and get the big tin-snips.
The Famous Druid
Member # 1769
 - posted March 27, 2010 14:21
Originally posted by TheMoMan:
____ And these packages are not eazy to open, I just go out to the barn and get the big tin-snips.

I use the can-opener on my swiss army knife.

btw - the package shown above was quite easy to open.
Member # 780
 - posted March 27, 2010 15:21
While I wholeheartedly agree about how silly it is to use that much packaging, I am aware of the practical reason for it - theft protection in stores. You can't walk off with a ton of them without being conspicuous. (Nevermind the idea of taking them /out/ of the packages and absconding with the contents...)
Member # 4441
 - posted March 28, 2010 06:28
I think we've hit the minimum practical size of portable storage in the MicroSD card. Those things are tiny! Any smaller and the "portable" aspect will be compromised (though that won't stop smaller storage modules from being integrated into devices).
David Rogers
Member # 1373
 - posted March 31, 2010 10:20
Allegedly we will be seeing terabyte ssd's about the size of a postage stamp in the next few years.


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