Perfect love casts out fear, Simon.

Simon’s right, I meant 2^20 megabytes. WHOOPS! (Maybe 3 people will understand that.) Anyway, my point was, it surprised me because the *technical* (e.g. IEEE) standard for a megabyte is 1,000,000 bytes. Surprising because again, maybe I’m wrong, but very few computer related things use this as the measure. Again, if you make a file that’s exactly 1,000,000 bytes, Windows will say it’s less than 1 GB. I find that discrepancy odd. Of course, if we were to tell all the things wrong with Microsoft software I suppose the world would not fit all the books that need to be written. Hey, I got to slam Simon after all! Woo!

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