Floppy disks are dead. No, really, it’s official.

Sales of floppy disks come to a screaming hault in March of next year. I haven’t had a computer with a floppy disk drive since probably March of 6 years ago. Yet, I still have a case of well-used floppies kicking around the apartment that haven’t so much as been dusted off since the days of college. Signs of the times? I’d argue those showed up around the same time as the first $20 thumb drive. The era of depressingly little memory has ended.

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