One late evening in 1998, Stefan Friedl and Wolfgang Krimmel asked themselves the names of their hard disks. As this already was quite a lot of fun, they asked the other guys and girls around and had of course a very long and funny night. MacintoshHD.org is a database for all the names you gave your previously called “Macintosh HD.” It now includes a voting system with more than 650 harddisk-names online!
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