What Can You Build Out of 64 Floppy Disc Drives.......

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Huckleberry

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.......8 hard disc drives, and two scanners?

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Lynx

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That was interesting for me because I'm a nerd. But even I kept thinking "waaaaay too much time on your hands buddy!"

Wonder how long it takes to program a song?
 

tourist

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A time machine.
 
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Hellooo

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A roaring fire
 
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By splitting storage, you can build one VERY secure document storage receptacle. My work computer split anything I saved between two hard drives.
 
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Yeraza_Bats

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Thats how these things work, right?
 
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FenceMan

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Wow, that is impressive certainly. I never would have thought to compose music with the sounds of printers and old floppy drives... Though I did use the beep of a power switch to a printer in a song once, but that's slightly less impressive. :p

Still, though, whenever I see things like this I have to think to myself... But was the music really any better quality than an orchestra or even a normal video game? Not really.

I mean... what do you do with it once it's made? You certainly can't transport it easily and I'm sure it takes weeks to program a single song like this. The impracticality of an invention like this lessens the awe-factor a ton for me.
 

Huckleberry

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The impracticality of an invention like this lessens the awe-factor a ton for me.
It's art.
Art doesn't need to be practical.

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