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|Posted by takemehomegrandma on 18-Sep-2002 09:47 GMT|
|Does anyone use floppies today? One of my newer computers doesn't even HAVE a floppy drive, and I can't say that I miss it ...|
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|Posted by Frank on 18-Sep-2002 11:38 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 1 (takemehomegrandma):|
Nothing beats sneakernet when it comes to bringing
up a machine, even with mount rainier etc.,
throw in a floppy, write and off you go.
Its quicker for "small" files.
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|Posted by CD32freak on 18-Sep-2002 14:32 GMT|
|You can say what you want, but I think it's a great and impressive project. Keep up the good work! :-)|
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|Posted by Ronald on 18-Sep-2002 16:03 GMT|
|I'm also looking forward to this device. Any of my pre 1997 software is on disk. For me the Amiga is worth nothing without support for the old floppy disks...|
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|Posted by Frans on 18-Sep-2002 19:59 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 4 (Ronald):|
I'm in need for a thing like this too.
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