Warren Toomey wkt at henry.cs.adfa.oz.au
Mon Mar 2 08:29:23 AEST 1998

In article by Greg Lehey:
> On Mon,  2 March 1998 at  8:47:07 +1100, Warren Toomey wrote:
> > All,
> > 	re the question `Are CD-ROMs the best method of distributing the
> > PUPS archive of PDP-11 UNIX material'? The answer is: it's a good method,
> > for the following reasons:
> I still miss the distinction between CD-ROMs and WORMs.  CD-ROMs are
> relatively expensive in small quantities, not just because of the
> setup costs, but also because of the wastage involved.  WORMs
> (writeable CD-ROMs) are probably a better choice for the anticipated
> volume.
> Greg

Sorry, my fault. I use CD-ROM to mean anything which can be read in a CD-ROM
drive. That obviously includes CD-W, which is what I really mean here.


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