I'm tired. I'm tired and frazzled with all the fray in the news and began writing a piece entitled, Defragging Democracy. Not being politically motivated, my thoughts were driven by the idea to clean up the system and have it perform more efficiently and effectively. Yes, I know every politician says the same thing. However, if our PCs or laptops weren't functioning properly we would not hesitate a second to run a scan to check for spam, virus, malware, or Trojan horse. We would do what was needed without question to secure our device, bank account, and our identity.
In researching the tech terms, I learned that defragmentation is basically outdated unless you're using an old PC or laptop. Defragmentation is now referred to as Optimization. The term didn't simply change, the computing hardware did. Updated high-performance PCs, laptops, and servers now use SSD (solid-state drive), rather than an HDD (hard disk drive).
Please bear with me through all the tech jargon - I feel this is vital to our nation, and of course to my obsession with tech terms as an overlay for personal exploration. Here's TechTarget.com's explanation for SSD. "An SSD (solid-state drive) is a type of nonvolatile (thank goodness) storage media that stores persistent data (this would help) on solid-state flash memory. The architectural configuration of the SSD controller is optimized to deliver high read and write performance for both sequential and random data requests." (Our objective, right?) "Unlike a hard disk drive (HHD), an SSD has no moving parts to break or spin up or down and be subject to mechanical failure." (We're there.) "The SSD is also quieter and consumes less power than its disk counterpart." (This is a big plus. And the next feature is impressive). "The SSD controller software includes predictive analytics that alert a user in advance of a potential drive failure."
Enough said. It's not rocket science, (although I was lost in a maze of tech articles), just common sense. We merely need to upgrade and optimize our government to an SSD Democracy. It'll be quieter, less volatile, have persistent data, be able to deal with random issues, know future outcomes, use less energy, and have no need to spin. Problem solved. I'm voting for an SSD Democracy upgrade. And I need an SSD Self upgrade.
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