[rescue] VAXstation questions

Kurt Mosiejczuk kurt at csh.rit.edu
Wed May 14 15:57:40 CDT 2003

On Wed, 14 May 2003, Jonathan C. Patschke wrote:

> I've had much fewer problems with floppies that are about 10 years old,
> than with the floppies I've purchased in the last couple of years.  It
> seems that reduced demand has promoted reduced quality.

IT's probably because nowadays you can buy CD-Rs for, what,
a quarter apiece, and they hold orders of magnitude more
data.  And are cheaper to manufacture than floppys.  So how
can you convince people to buy floppies for more money?


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