Designboom is selling floppy disk CDRs. They're really just little 80mm disks in the little cases, but whatever. Each has a 200 MB capacity and comes with blue, red, green and yellow labels for customization. You can get one for $14 or 4 for $32 (including shipping). They're out of my price range, but I do like the design. $14 is just a little ridiculous for 200 MB of storage. I mean what do they think, people are made of money? Everyone knows people are made of flesh colored Play-doh. Speaking of Play-doh, I'm getting hungry. If you'll excuse me I'm going to make myself a delicious Play-doh and paste on construction paper.
A picture of the thing in a disk-drive after the jump.
CD Shaped Like Retro Floppy Disk! [neatorama]
Technology, you know? It comes and goes so quick. One minute I'm stuffing 5Â¼" floppies into a Commodore 1541 disk drive to play Bounty Bob, the next I'm carrying around a lifetime of music on a stick smaller than the Naked Wizard's penis. Kidding! It's actually bigger, but ... / Continue →
Nice, but where's the 3Â½" floppy for us less fortunate guys? Or, for The Superficial Writer, a 2" flash drive? Haha, I peeked over the urinal divider!
Why We Always Write to the Hard Disk [gizmodo]... / Continue →
This is a video of the Star Wars Imperial March played on a 3 1/2" disk (the 5 1/4" floppy's rigid little sister). It's just as awesome as you thought it would be. Unless you thought it wouldn't be awesome, in which case you're wrong. Just like I was when we were playing al... / Continue →