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iPod power in 'Firewall'

From Eric Talerico

I just wanted to mention that since most of the data in a bank's system would be text and mathematical algorithms, a top of the line iPod could, in the hands of a brilliant programmer, do what the iPod does in "Firewall". I was delighted when I found that my 60 GB iPod could accept a full version of my Mac OS, all my applications, and still have room for a significant portion of the library of Congress! Presupposing that the hero is the brilliant man he's cracked up to be, of course he can do what he did with an iPod!

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