26 July 2014 · 9:12 pm
· PEBKAC, Ventually
It’s no accident that the optical storage medium with the shortest lifespan is the CD-Rewritable. What can we learn from this?
26 July 2014
· 10:05 pm
“I’ve been much happier since I stopped giving a damn.”
I used to be obsessed with preserving every bit of data I generated, on the assumption that one byte or another might prove beneficial to the soul of man.
Then after my fourth disc failure…
28 July 2014
· 9:26 am
I never actually used the RWs as rewritable. The first couple times I tried it failed and the discs were cheap enough that I could just toss them.
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