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Ah, 5.25" floppies, memories...






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I actually still have some sitting around the house. Don't know why, but I do.



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It's not a problem until they dig up the floppies... too funny.

I remember 8" floppies for the IBM S/34/36/38.
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Ah yes - memories. I remember the time I knew what happiness was - let the memories live again.



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You know, it could have been stored on punch cards, or even paper tape!

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How about bubble memory?



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Posted Wednesday, April 14, 2010 10:38 AM


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Bwhahahahaha... This is awesome. I had a manager once that wanted me to get the code off of microfishe. He also thought that we could restore a 300gig (Large at that time) database from microfishe.

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Bwhahahahaha... This is awesome. I had a manager once that wanted me to get the code off of microfishe. He also thought that we could restore a 300gig (Large at that time) database from microfishe.


Just scan it!



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I have a huge pile of DAT tapes if anyone wants them. I was going to have them cremated with me when I finally blue-screen.


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