Okay. So let's just admit it: most people probably think that anyone who deals with Notebook RAM and Server RAM on a daily basis must also be watching reruns of "The Twilight Zone" and eating Vaseline on their toast for dinner, right?
Well, not so fast.
The Server and Notebook RAM (Random Access Memory), along with several other new types of non-volatile RAM, have been gaining mainstream acceptance in the last few years; with almost everyone now owning a "solid-state drive" or thumb drive. You will be hard-pressed to find a college student or even working professional who doesn't utilize RAM on a daily basis. That's just the world we live in.
Some of these new solid state drives have capacities that exceed 64 gigabytes and exceed in performance all other traditional disks combine. These developments have started to blur the definition between traditional RAM and disks.
At the end of the day, we all use RAM to get all the little gigabytes into their little gigabyte beds. So start watching "The Twilight Zone" and pass the Vaseline, because you may be more like "them" than you think.
Bloggers speaking about Notebook RAM can be found at sites like laptopadvisor and laptops.techfresh.