The Last Person Standing in the Floppy Disk Businesshttps://bibbyteam.jaxboards.com/index.php?act=vt1748Bibby:https://bibbyteam.jaxboards.com/index.php?act=vt1748&findpost=1<a href="https://eyeondesign.aiga.org/we-spoke-with-the-last-person-standing-in-the-floppy-disk-business" rel="nofollow"> https://eyeondesign.aiga.org/we-spoke-with-the-last-person-standing-in-the-floppy-disk-business </a><br /> <br /> This was an interesting read. Yes, there really is a company that&#039;s still making money from selling old floppy disks.1Sat, 17 Sep 2022 00:25:25 +0000Sean:https://bibbyteam.jaxboards.com/index.php?act=vt1748&findpost=3Kudos to this guy for staying in business this long! Really amazing story.3Sat, 24 Sep 2022 07:48:20 +0000fireball3k:https://bibbyteam.jaxboards.com/index.php?act=vt1748&findpost=104I&#039;ve got a USB floppy drive somewhere in my parts bin. I&#039;ve also got a few retro computers with built-in floppy drives, too. I&#039;d been looking for someone who still sold those things... and I think I like the idea of buying 50 recycled ones from this guy&#039;s page for $20.<br /> <br /> Good looking out! I know an oldhead like me might be able to put a few dollars in this guy&#039;s pocket. He even has brand new 5.25&quot; disks, too!104Wed, 28 Sep 2022 22:45:13 +0000Bibby:https://bibbyteam.jaxboards.com/index.php?act=vt1748&findpost=1@Sean Indeed!<br /> <br /> @fireball3k That would be cool - let me know if you do anything fun with floppies! I haven&#039;t used a real floppy disk in a while, but I bought <a href="https://bibbyteam.jaxboards.com/?act=vt1694" rel="nofollow"> a floppy drive emulator </a> so I could back up my old Tandy 1000 RLX PC in 2020.1Thu, 29 Sep 2022 21:46:39 +0000Fri, 09 Dec 2022 13:06:11 +0000