- n. Plural form of diskette.
“(As a curmudgeonly aside: 3. 5-inch disks, what some once called diskettes, don't flop at all compared to their 5. 25-inch predecessors or even older 8-inch behemoths like the one you see underneath a vintage "floppy" in the above photo.)”
“Probably the same reason we have moved away from diskettes, tapes and corded phones.”
“Ah for the good old days when we could get Word Perfect on 2 diskettes.”
“How did I stuff those 3 1/2″ diskettes into my CD-ROM drive?”
“Publications included are books, booklets, pamphlets, cards, diskettes, CD, and other electronic media used for liturgical celebrations or popular participation.”
“Practically, it required 8MB of memory, a 75MHz Pentium processor, 50 to 60 MB of hard drive space, and was distributed on either CD-ROM or diskettes.”
“In 1993, the small independent firm, Italica Press, published its first e-book, also on HyperCard on two 800K diskettes: The Marvels of Rome for the Macintosh was an electronic edition of the celebrated medieval guide to the city.”
“It came on 800K diskettes as Macintosh freeware, thus establishing an early precedent that would resonate in the later open-access movement.”
“Personally, I got rid of at least three large boxes of papers and old diskettes (the diskettes are going to GreenDisk today) and we're both jazzed up and will keep chipping away at it for the rest of this month.”
“The product was on a PC using 3.5-inch diskettes, and the laserdisk had some additional magic not possible on the PC back then.”
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