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On Tue, 21 Apr 2009, Chanoch (Ken) Bloom wrote:

> On Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 08:32:38AM -0700, Chris Jenks wrote:
>>
>> On Mon, 20 Apr 2009, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
>>
>>> I *really* want disk storage that's larger than 4.7GB.
>>>
>>> I've been looking at Blu-ray, and thought maybe it's worth investigating.
>>
>>    Maybe I've been extremely unlucky, but I've found optical media to be
>> extremely unreliable when the whole disk has to read perfectly. [...]
>
>I would suspect a problem with your burner. (David Hummel)

   The CD was fine the first time I used it. Then I carried it around for a 
month. It must have become blemished.

>> I just bought a 1.5GB USB drive at Fry's for $129 with no rebate.
>
> I hope you mean a 1.5TB USB drive.
>
> --Ken

   Yes, 1.5 TB. These big numbers make my head swim, and I'm not used to 
saying TB yet.

   - Chris
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