I remember my dad buying the Bible on floppies from the Commodore World expo when I was a kid. Much earlier than 1990, though.
AUTOEXEC/CONFIG.SYS Backup (or anything config backup. Whenever we got something working, we saved it to a floppy) MIDI Files Amortization Tables - we had that one. Typed it in from Compute's Gazette BBS Mail Archives Recipe DB BMPs Card File School Work - anyone else remember having your one disk the school gave you? October 1, 2019 7:56 PM, "David Friedman" <email@example.com (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?to=%22David%20Friedmanemail@example.com)> wrote: You're the perfect group of people to turn to for help with this.
I'm working on a video where a significant prop is an old box of 3.5" HDD disks. I managed to get an old unopened box of pristine disks and labels. Now I need to write on the labels and make them look like someone has actually been using these disks, circa 1990-2000 or so.
All the labels should feel real, but they can't use trademarks. So they can't say "AOL installer" for example.
I've got up to 50 of these, and I'm open to ideas. The gist of what I've got so far is:
Term Papers Personal Letters Mouse Driver 1.1 Fax/Modem Software Soundcard Driver NEW Soundcard Driver Mom's Spaghetti Pixel Racer Man Shoehorn DB PCI Bus Ethernet Drvr CD-ROM Device Driver Installers Very Important Data BBS SysOp 1337 Warez You get the idea. Send me your suggestions!