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TorgoX (1933)

TorgoX
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Journal of TorgoX (1933)

Wednesday August 21, 2002
08:59 PM

mini-CDs

[ #7232 ]
Dear All,

So does anyone actually use those mini-CDs? Like 5cm across or whatever? I see blanks of those for sale next to the normal size CD blanks, and blank tapes, at the local Walgreen's. But they SCARE ME!

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  • I'd use 'em all the time, except for the fact that they won't work in slot-loading drives [apple.com].

    How often, when you're burning a CD, do you need the full 650MB? And the really tiny 60MB disks are terribly cool. Though I don't actually recommend keeping 'em in a wallet, say, as they break.

  • I've been thinking about using those to give my customers their documentation.

    This way it saves me the cost of printing things and makes it a different thing that will make them remember my company.

    Every CD-ROM drive I've seen (on PCs) has support for those mini CDs. Of course, I can provide them with the common sized CDs as well, if they want it (they are cheaper).
    --
    -- Godoy.