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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Sure, some of you might be thinking "What, just now?"

    I have to confess that *was* what I was thinking. I have been recycling for over 15 years. When I started working at GEC, back in 1987, they already had a policy to recycle computer paper and documents. However, they produced so much they had a financial incentive to do so. A 7.5 ton truck use to collect it each week.

    Since then I've always made an effort to recycle. Many companies in the UK now have recycle bins, and if they don't there are departme

    • I'm even trying to find my old 5.25inch floppy discs so that NASA can use them

      What is NASA doing with 5.25inch floppy discs? :-)

      • NASA don't generally trust new technology [buzzle.com]. As such they still have many computers (and accessories) from 20 years ago still being used. I can't find the link now, but there is a site that details the server farm that was used in the Mars Rover missions, and they were only 400MHz machines.

        A friend recently mentioned that because the 5.25inch discs are now hard to come by, NASA were looking for donations of discs to help replenish their stock.