Throwback Thursday: "A whole universe on one disk"

Throwback Thursday: "A whole universe on one disk"

It's February of 1986, and you've just seen the future. A single optical disk called a "CD-ROM" can hold "amazing quantities of data" -- 550 megabytes! That was the cover of Macworld Magazine back in that much more innocent age, discussing the arrival of writable compact disks and opening up a veritable universe of storage -- if you were used to hard disk drives that maxed out at 20 MB of capacity.

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