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A great overview on the history of aspect ratio. I was going to link it to our library, but apparently I have to update the code for the Vimeo videos. Ugh. I'll get to it, just seems my to-do list is a bit like the NTFS $MFT...it only grows, never shrinks! ;)
If you live in the world of digital forensics, you see hard drives of all form factors and ages (along with plenty of dust bunnies). You also likely wipe and re-purpose hard drives quite regularly. You know more acronyms than your typical teen textaholic, and you went out and celebrated with friends when Serial ATA was released, because you were sickened by the old master/slave relationships associated with IDE/PATA drives. So why do we still see jumpers on SATA drives? Rest assured my friends, it has nothing to do with a master/slave relationship.