From yesterday’s “Win on Wednesday” during the J and J Midday show, our trivia had a near record amount of texts. The question was:
Stored on 500 gigabyte hard drives, and STACKED, this would be over 8 times taller than Mount Everest. What is the DATA that is being stored in “said” drives?
The answer: (from “Business Insider)
They (Amazon) have 1.5 billion items listed for sale and 200 million users. Amazon has one billion gigabytes of data on their items and users. If you put all that data on 500-gigabyte hard drives and stacked them up, the pile of hard drives would be over eight times as tall as Mount Everest. Now that’s some big data.
NOW…ON THE WEEKEND!
FRIDAY MORNING 9 TO NOON: Barry Scott hosts “The Lost 45’s” and his theme is:
The Monthly Travel Tour! It takes us to New York with artists based in New York City or surrounding areas! “Lost 45” Conversations with Barry Manilow, Debbie Gibson, Carol Douglas, Walter Egan, Felix Cavaliere & Jimmy Castor! Plus, a Carly Simon 3-fer!
Satuday at 8 AM and Sunday at 3PM Randy Edwards’ hosts “Edwards’ Archives, this week we revisit the music of May 20th, 1969! Join Randy for this EXCLUSIVE feature program, brought to you Saturday morning by the Ionia Moose Lodge, and on Sunday afternoon by the Lamplight Grill in downtown Ionia!
Sunday morning from 8 to 11, we’re proud to bring you Tommy Kay’s “Totally 80’s Flashback”! Call in your requests NOW (or anytime) to 844-80-TOMMY! Let Tommy know you listen on WION, and tell him WHERE you listen, be it online or in our “normal” broadcast area!
Written by: Jim Carlyle
This Friday from 9 to noon and again Saturday night 6 to 9 PM, don't miss Barry Scott's "Lost 45's" and this week....you'll enjoyCo-Host: Roger Hodgson of Supertramp! Hear stories about all of the group’s Top 40 hits, some special rare versions as well as his overlooked charted solo release […]