A bit is lying down. That's right, a bit. It looks kind of like a white chocolate bar with arms and legs. (Op-amps always made me crave chocolate in electronics lab, so this might just be me continuing an identification between hardware and candy.) It starts to sing about flipping and corrupt data. The harddrive joins in, singing about the superparamagnetic affect. Then things get really crazy.
This is a Hitachi ad
for a new kind of harddrive compression, "perpedicular recording." It involves afros and strobe lights. You should go watch it. I wish all commercials were this wacky. Or at least involved strobe lights.
It reminded me of the famed Anguished English blooper
: In the 1400 hundreds most Englishmen were perpendicular