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Jan 10, 2011


Thank you Shiroi Tora!

I imagine that you can use Japanese. Try here!

I learned some words and phrases from your comment, like "alluvial", "bog down", "leach",,,. It's a great opportunity to make my vocabulary increased.

In the USA, the recommended method of Hard Drive disposal security is by physical destruction. They recommend you drill holes through the discs through the drive...or by smashing it with a hammer. Normal computers don't fully erase anything. There are some erasing softwares that supposedly erase to NSA standards. Normal people don't usually have to worry about it so much.

Sensitive information on your computer demands physical destruction.

I am amazed with the logistical demands that Japan must bear. It has almost half the population of the USA in an area the size of California....and much of that mountainous. With most of the population along the coast and the alluvial plains...the amount of sewage and garbage produced must be staggering.

With Japan being a high tech loving nation...the amount of recycling necessary to keep your landfills from bogging down or leaching heavy metals must be quite the task.

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