This is the recovered Machine Room from 2005. Please don't expect wonders. The look and feel of this site is nine years
old, and so is its code. Some of the functionality has been recovered while the rest of
the site is modernised and restructured. Watch this space!
See the full-size image.
This one is the a graph of the total peripheral storage capacity of
machines (different types of discs, in most cases). It's intriguingly
easy to distinguish the two clusters of data, the lower one being
floppy drives (usually a maximum of four units, each storing around
360 to 600 KiB), the upper one being hard drives. There are very few
cases where the middle ground was covered.
This graph was created automatically with Steve Grubb's Ploticus
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