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Floppy Disk Sticky Notes

by Paul Strauss
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I remember my first 3.5-inch disk. It was a copy of MacPaint on the original Mac 128k, and it was so amazing compared to the 5.25 and 8-inch floppies of my youth. Eventually, I had boxes and boxes of the little hard-shelled floppies, each one with various and sundry Mac wares (and WareZ) loaded on them, and some cryptic description scrawled on the label. Now that the venerable floppy has gone the way of the dinosaur, I figure these fun floppy sticky notes are the perfect remembrance.

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Our friends over at SUCK UK have gone through the trouble of making these sticky notes which look just like the original 3.5″ floppy, each set into a pad of 50 sheets for taking all your notes. They’re perfect for any computer geek’s workstation, and they come in a three pack with pink, yellow and white diskettes.

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You can order a pack over at SUCK UK’s online shop for £7.50 (appx. $12 USD) each. I’m thinking that in 10 years or so, they’ll be making flash drive sticky notes while we’re storing all of our data in holographic cubes.

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