We've seen plenty of medical conditions named after various products
before, but it's not often we see a company go so far as to invent an ailment to help hype their latest wares. The practice seems to be getting slightly less uncommon though, with Microsoft now following Sprint's forays into "connectile dysfunction" with their own "digital amnesia" -- which, apparently, we are all suffering from. Of course, when you invent the disease, you also get to invent the cure, which in this case just happens to be Microsoft's own Windows Home Server
. Unfortunately, you can't actually get it just yet (unless you want to play around with a release candidate
), so you'll just have to suffer with your imaginary ailment for a little while longer.