3.5" disk storage
jfoust at threedee.com
Wed Oct 18 22:41:16 CDT 2006
At 10:15 PM 10/18/2006, Jim Leonard wrote:
>John Foust wrote:
>>My Amiga disk collection is housed in plastic tubs with lids sold for
>>storing clothes such as sweaters. I made my own cardboard dividers.
>My initial knee-jerk reaction to this is "how horrific and crude!" And yet, on further thought, I can't find anything wrong with this solution in terms of weatherproofing, space management (stacking, etc.), etc. Are there pros/cons I'm missing?
Once full of disks, the columns of disks don't move much side-to-side.
If you leave a little slack in the columns, you can flip through the
disks to find the ones you want. Obviously this works better if the
columns are full of disks (you don't want one column full and the
others empty.) But as you say, they've served well for stacking,
dust prevention, and easy access. And the boxes only cost a few bucks each.
At 10:16 PM 10/18/2006, Teo Zenios wrote:
>Those are not made of the staticy plastic are they?
And what do you think static will do to a 3.5" floppy? Or are you worried
that touching it will
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