Technology: Programming instructors at college do not allow projects to be turned in on floppy disks…

…intead they require to bring them on a CD or a thumb drive (USB flash drive). Finally we got to the point that floppy disks are gone from our daily usage. Instead they are replaced with more advanced technology like pen drives. I remember me reading in the tech magazines the review of one of the very first thumb drives which had a total of 32MB of available space :). That was a huge step back in 2001. Not that many people bought it back in those days, because of their not so low price. But in few years things got way better and now we even do not notice this technology advance. They got deeply into our daily life and we can find pen drives with MP3 players, faster transfer speeds, smaller sizes and greater capacities.

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