I'm thinking stackoverflow.com llc / inc should buy a brick in the Computer History Museum Wall.
It's for a noble cause -- the CHM is one of my favorite places on the planet, and the money is a non-profit donation in support of their effort to record the history of the computer.
The brick I am looking at is the Terabyte:
The wall will consist of a series of permanent high-tech plaques engraved with your message. Honor your favorite computer pioneer, recall your first technology project, or annotate any technology memory you wish to commemorate in this special area. Each engraved wall plaque will be placed in the newly remodeled entry area of the Museum, ensuring that your reminiscences will be preserved and shared for years to come.
- Name: Terabyte
- Price: $5000
- Description: 8" x 8" Plaque
- Max Lines of Text: 6
- Max Characters per Line: 18
- Company logo or Stock Symbol available
So, then, the question: what should our CHM plaque say?
Completed, selection made public, and payment confirmed with the Museum: Our Brick in the Computer History Museum Wall. Now we wait for October to see it live!