Practically, this means that I work with astrophysicists, who have lots of data and little computer and human time to process it. In particular, we currently have 200 million objects in the database. However, practical constraints, largely the lack of human time, restrict the active processing to be done on a subset of 50 million. Towards the end of the decade, future projects are expected to generate between 10 and 15 petabytes of raw data. Data will continuously stream in, at the approximate rate of a full Sloan Survey every third night. While we expect the mechanical systems to be able to handle data at this rate and size, there is no reason to believe there will be any matching increase in human attention.