Mozy, in a shrewd plug for their online backup service, have created a chart to show how much data our digital collections can hold compared to old analog storage. Have you guys heard of the iPod? It looks amazing.
We've seen comparisons like this before and as we move into terabytes of digital storage they're less and less useful (and interesting). But the move to the cloud is pretty intriguing: Facebook photos, Hulu videos, YouTube, all that stuff is pretty much unlimited and will continue to grow. And as a Netflix devotee, I'm glad to see a chart of exactly how thoroughly it's kicking Blockbuster's ass. [Mozy]