Re: graphics too large for a floppy

Subject: Re: graphics too large for a floppy
From: "Marlene J. Geary" <marlene -at- NECA -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 7 Jan 1997 19:58:27 -0500

re: this discussion:
>Geoff Hart @8^{)} geoff-h -at- mtl -dot- feric -dot- ca
>Disclaimer: Speaking for myself, not FERIC.

>Kelly M. Kremin asked for suggestions for dealing with
>graphics too large for a single disk (I assume floppy?)
>that she needs to exchange with her colleagues.

>The disk solution comes down to one of two easy choices:
>the SyQuest EZ135 or the Iomega Zip drive, both of which
>offer about 100 Meg of capacity and cost under $200 U.S.

<SNIP>

I sent this to Kelly in a private e-mail, but Iomega also offers the Jazz
Drive with 1GB cartridges if 100MB disks are too small.

In addition, the Jazz Drive's cartridges can be used as reliably (or, so it
would seem) as, in the most basic sense, removable hard drives...

Marlene


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