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+ - History of Storage: From Punch Cards to Blu-ray

Submitted by notthatwillsmith
notthatwillsmith (1083667) writes "Maximum PC just posted a comprehensive visual retrospective about data storage, starting with the once state of the art punch card and moving through the popular formats of yesteryear, including everything from magtape to Blu-ray discs. It's amazing how much data you could pack on a few hundred feet of half-inch magnetic tape!"
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History of Storage: From Punch Cards to Blu-ray

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