Data expands to fill the space available for storage.
|--Parkinson’s Law of Data|
IN THIS CHAPTER
When I bought my first computer back in the mid-80s, its storage features were limited to a single 5.25-inch floppy drive. Yup, there was no hard drive in sight. If I wanted to run a program, I’d insert its disk into the floppy drive and run it from there. If I wanted to save some data, I’d have to remove the program disk, swap in a data disk, save my work, and then reinsert the program disk. (A couple of years later I “upgraded” to a ...