Andrew Lambdin-Abraham (kd5mdk) wrote,
Andrew Lambdin-Abraham
kd5mdk

Yes, it was a joke.

Found on Ars Technica

5.25's give a warmer, more dynamic reproduction of the file, optical disks and flash memory overcompress data and leave it sterile. Most files you find on floppies are better mastered and given the proper care can last for decades - much much longer than the so-called "digital" storage of today.
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