Univac removable disc cartridge
Univac 9000 Series Disk Prototype, 2.2 MB of capacity. J. Presper Eckert describes it in his speech "Industry Science & Technology in Last Third of the Century, 1966" as "A small removable disc cartridge shown..."
And to think that some people hated the 3.5-inch 1.44 MB floppy disk ("diskette") because was too big for so small storage...
This is turning into "lines I dropped from the text editor":
> Everything I publish is CC0 for data portability, and because when you think about it everything we write is addressed to the future...
I had a read flag pre-programmed in my head: don't use ellipses in a cover letter! Is it really, really clever? DON'T USE ELLIPSES IN A COVER LETTER!
Now you're playing with power: https://archive.org/details/NintendoPowerIssue127December1999
Humans sure do make a lot of fighter jets. I mean, per dog fight. Why are we making all these jets, but not crashing them into each other like toys?
Here's my point: we're all like, hey, aliens that don't quite speak our language, come on down! And they just see stockpiles of weapons, all over the planet!
@guille a bit too hyperbolic. "Ancient" would be better. Folks take it for granted, but most want stuff from just *after* pre-history. 😎
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