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    Regular Coder Graft-Creative's Avatar
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    None of the above points really.

    I was recalling a time where we did the 'reveal' on a design by presenting the client with a floppy disk.

    The point being that if a site cant fit on a floppy (apart from server-side stuff) then it's too heavy - this is going back to the days when 56k and T1 connections where 1337 - but it's still relevant IMO.

    Gary

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    Still useful

    Floppies are still useful for small files. Plus, mine are in neat neon colors... I mean, hey, CSS and HTML files usually aren't that big!

    Plus, floppies make great coffee cup coasters!
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    I have one floppy drive at my house and 7 computers... floppies are useless

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