On Tue, Jan 09, 2001 at 03:33:32PM -0500, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > > i think cdrs are a great idea-i'm not sure which mini cds you are > talking about, but cdrs here in the u.s. that hold 650meg, can be found > usually for around 1$ u.s. i havent found any caches w/cdrs yet...i > wonder how they would hold up to the cold, or heat...
he's talking about actual 3" cd-r's. they aren't real popular because they store such a small amount of data. here (for illustration purposes only, i have no idea if this pricing is even reasonable) is a page that offers them: http://shop.store.yahoo.com/supermediastore/50pacmincdrb.html
some companies were lopping the top and bottom off and making working business cards out of them. i picked up a sony a/v disc at comdex that was business-card sized that actually played in a cd-rom. you can see some of these at: http://shop.store.yahoo.com/supermediastore/100pacbuscar.html
as far as i know they aren't that temperature sensative, the deal with cd-r's is usually about UV because the sun just eats them alive.
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