Sip of the Day – March 23, 2009

Sip of the DayUse the Screensaver to Display Your Photos

Titera’s Tidbit: Floopy Disk
The data-storage device called the “floppy disk” was invented in 1971 by a research team at IBM headed by engineer Alan Shugart. It was 8 inches wide, only a few mils thick, and flexible, so that it wobbled in its user’s hand – thus “floppy”. Later iterations enclosed the material in a plastic casing, which occasioned a change of name to “diskette”.

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