"First of all, the technology that makes EEPROM work also limits the number of times that it can be re-written. This has to do with electrons becoming trapped in the transistors that make up the ROM and building up until the charge difference between a "1" and a "0" is unrecognizable. But don't worry, most EEPROMs have a maximum re-write number of 1 million or more. As long as you're not continuously writing to the EERPROM it's unlikely you'll hit this maximum."
There's no limit to reprogramming normal memory right?
Oh, I see. I suppose it is the same limiting factor? Something about electrons, ones and zeroes and black witchcraft.