posted on May, 30 2011 @ 11:22 AM
Something seems amiss here.
This guy started collecting information about himself LONG before he knew there would be a medium to carry it on. That's just creepy.
The chronicle starts in 1977. The fastest processor was a 3mhz with 6500 transistors. There was no internet then, and computers were external media,
mostly disk based. They cost upwards of $3000.00.
My first computer was a 1979 8mhz with 68,000 transistors. Still no internet, but you could dial-up at 300kbps to another computer. There were no
hard drives at the time, only floppies that would hold 720kb of information.
By 1993 the first Pentium chip was produced, a whopping 60mhz with 3.1 million transistors. They internet was in it's fledgling years, and by now
the fastest modem was a 56000 kbps. Dial-up was here as the only way to access the internet, and hard drives were still counted in mbs.
My second computer was a 200mhz with 5.5 million transistors, circa 1995. It ran Windows 95. Broadband was a dream. Processing speeds were still
too slow to do any video editing.
Are you seriously telling me this guy recorded video of himself every year for 17-18 years before he could even post it on the internet? Wow, what a