This is an embedded flash document that demonstrates a Fact Sheet, The 2002 Crash Facts Overview. One of the most important mediums for communicating information is using the world wide web. There are endless ways to create online summaries, and you can be pretty creative with this medium. Another great way to communicate information is by getting the undivided attention of your target audience. These are some great communication mediums, but there are many others you should not forget. Next » As information and mass-communication have begun to play larger roles in our everyday lives, our storage mediums have had to evolve quickly to keep up with out demands.
When used by well-paid professionals on high-end equipment in the first half of the 20th century, it worked well enough. For the audiophile of the fifties and sixties, reel-to-reel represented the epitome of sound reproduction.
And the dawn of the capped data plans will inevitably bring an explosion in storage yet again as consumers demand 4K content. Betamax was used in post production for a long time, it had a lot of merits compared to the cheap and well marketed VHS, however VHS won purely on content (well, it makes sense, if you want to see movies, it does not matter if the medium is worse, the movies need to be there). Same can be said about the mini-disc, people who had them liked them, the discs were smaller than tapes and less prone to scratches than CDs, great for portability, it felt much more modern than anything else back in the 90s… however it was too pricey. From the incomplete information given on the HD-DVD vs Blu-Ray war, and the VHS vs BetaMax war, I’m guessing that you probably left out a LOT of other info.
Personally and for the times, reel-to reel was incredibly nice compared to the alternatives at the time.
I worked for a company that sold training programs on these along with special software for indexing the various frame positions.
An even bigger problem was that they were marketed as a floppy killer, but far too expensive for use as sneakernet handoffs. The problem with Beta wasn’t that it was proprietary, the problem was that Sony convinced themselves that the consumer would happily pay more for a superior quality product.
I recall that part, at least, of the issue was that Sony was charging a lot to license the technology, so that made creating competing players more expensive. Having worked in technology since the early days, I’ve seen and used many of the formats discussed here.
As a person who worked in a radio studio in the early 90’s using reel to reel, I can say that Grant Brunners depiction of its ease of use and operation come from a young and inexperienced perspective. Yeah, when I was in college, before widespread cheap use of USB sticks, the Zip drive was king, and it worked well. The funny thing about the PS4 is that this is the first Sony console that also took away features.
The problem with Sony was never technology but was always the strict adherence to proprietary systems & hardware. Zip Disks, when you could afford them, were better and a cheaper alternative to CD-R then because CD-R drives were insanely expensive by comparison.
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In cases like these, reports are a wonderful tool, as long as they are effectively tailored to the target audience. The internet is an important tool for doing research, so it is a good idea if your project and findings have some sort of presence on the web. Papyrus and movable type were huge steps forward in their times, but the 20th century saw massive jumps in data storage.
Unfortunately, it just wasn’t easy enough for consumers, so Vinyl remain the dominant medium for commercial recordings.
Devoid of the gain-riding compressed dynamic range of vinyl, this format supported the best of amplifiers, pre-amps and speaker systems.
They’ve spear-headed the idiotic proprietary format approach way back with the Betamax. Just desserts I guess… I like the apple before apple statement, that is pretty much exactly how I have always felt about them. Seeing as the article is about formats the author deemed as terrible, the mention of Betamax and Bluray is in reference to them being superior formats.
Several (not all) of these are only bad when compared to technology that is 30 years or more recent. There is nothing more awesome (at least in my childhood memories) then load the reels onto it. Ran a Mac lab at college for journalism students, can’t tell you how many of these I had to dissect and how many projects and papers were lost.
Also, a 250MB Zip disc itself is too hard to come by these days, standard floppies, not so much, 100MB ZIP discs are still plentiful here. HD-DVD’s storage capability was woefully inadequate at the time but thankfully USB thumb drives started to get cheaper and made both formats needless. VHS tapes from the 1980s still work while my DVD-R from 6 months ago die and I can’t access the file system (tried on 3 separate PCs). In 1989, I bought my first deck of Karma Cards by Monte Farber. The deck of Karma Cards launched my path into exploring the world of Metaphysics, and whenever I had the opportunity, I would practise my art with my friends. Pour l’occasion GQ a selectionne 7 films ou le paranormal est une affaire des plus serieuses. Too often, reports contain way too much data, too much complexity, and not enough real-world implication or discussion to be useful to readers.
Paper and ink gave way to magnetic tape and various types of disk, and suddenly humanity could store so much more than just the written word.
The author ridicules the inventive process that is still underway today in face of a demand growth that is still in excess of any planned capacity.
We discontinued mastering LD when the format was discontinued and swapped to CD distribution with MPEG playback. You have to remember that USB wasn’t a thing back then, and neither was (affordable) cd burning.
VHS was licensed for the adult industry and just as in the early years of the internet porn and Star Trek paved the way. These disks cartridges were similar to the Jazz and Zip drives, however, they used aluminum platters. Fun to make edits with on the fly and could change out Reels pretty fast even when first starting to use them. That being said, they were the best option at the time and represented a huge advance in capacity and speed over floppy. I recommend all interested parties look up 1998’s Laser Magic magazine special publication and read World On a Silver Platter!
I’m really not surprised and very happy to hear that vinyl and the old style vacuum tube amps are making a come back.


I bought a 1080p TV to watch HD programming, not a half-baked overly compressed version of it. When CD-R drive prices dropped though, almost everyone dropped their Zip drives for a CD-R drive. Storing data on magnetic tape is obviously a pretty decent idea, so in spite of its flaws, I won’t rag on reel-to-reel too much. Back when MP3 players were just getting started at the turn of the century, Sony remained convinced that their 90s-style approach was the better one. Further, he omits any reference to the rationales behind the products and technologies on his list.
The MPEG playback required a proprietary card in order to provide the smooth playback we saw with the LD players as well as the indexing which was unavailable otherwise. It was also the only device which we had that could record with ease and had a microphone in. A great idea, however… There was a problem with the platters warping and being sensitive to the drive they were written on. And even OS installs are starting to show compatibility with installations from all NAND flash drives. After getting my Post-Grad Diploma in Education (Merit), I worked from a teacher up to the Subject Head for Innovation & Enterprise. The article will focus on storage mediums that were demonstrably problematic, but keep in mind that the scope is limited. Laserdisc was double the resolution of VHS, was NOT noisy, and was NOT hard to use, and many machines switched sides automatically. In theory the owner could transfer the data from one system to another, and they were especially popular with printing service bureaus. I’m not going to compare these mediums against each other as that would serve no real purpose (considering how diverse this line-up is, that would be nigh-on impossible anyway). In closing, the author is too young to fully appreciate the impression made on certain young ladies visiting my apartment back in the late sixties when they espied my set-up with a gleaming Wollensak (3M) reel-to-reel. And of course, PS3 brought us blue-ray, uncompressed audio, and 3d gaming and movies on top of the abilities of the first 2 consoles…. Some of the modalities that I have learnt like Bazi, Face Reading and Palmistry indicate that an individual has the choice to change his destiny, provided that he displays awareness and guidance is given.  I seek to help them realise that they can (and should) empower themselves to design their own lives. The motion of the drive, not to mention the superb analogue sound quality, was mesmerizing. Due to the temperature sensitive nature of the platters, They would not work on other drives, and sometimes not even on the system they were written to the first time.
Clients should, as days go by, be stronger individuals who can grow and glow, and by doing so, pass on their positive energy to others. There are more storage mediums in existence than I could ever mention in a single article, but these are the ones that stand out as the biggest disappointments to my modern eyes.Image credit: NixdorfReel-to-reelWant to listen to a recording on a reel-to-reel machine?
Lovely devices… I got more tears from end-users because of this as I supported their problems daily. Well, first you have to attach two reels to the base, unwind some tape from one reel, feed the magnetic tape through the guts of the machine, and then attach it to the opposing reel. Jayaraj Jeffrey Astor Ling Kulanko Ma Prem Soham Madeleine Ong RETAIL AFFIRMATIONS MORE AFFIRMATIONS CONTACT US  RESIDENT CONSULTANT   When did it all begin?



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