from a personal computer point of view there there only 3 sizes of floppy disk in common use: 8", 5.25" and 3.5". smaller sized floppy disks emerged late in the game which got used for things like music players and cameras. but these formats never found a foot hold in computing. almost everything about a floppy disk is the same no matter how large they were. disks use physical detections for practically everything: read/write capable, track zero detection, and sometimes sector position. 3.5" drives had density detectors. this meant the the floppy inside the drive define how it was read. you can see how easily a drive could become "out of alignment" making media impossible to read in other drives.
we get asked about doing production and what it takes to get good at doing it. but it's not just about production. you can apply everything that we talk about to programming, science, flying or cooking.
there is a crazy amount of bandwidth and processors that are mostly idle making web hosting a commodity. but even though you can get a web host for a year for less than $10 you might be getting exactly what you paid for.
A no tech! I have a question for you guys. I just got a brand new America Pro for graduation in this. My for smack so I know there's plus.
the computer can't look like it was done in by the likes of you. it has to look like it "just gave up." it's old so it's possible.
for lifetime TV watchers jumping off of TV is a very difficult and possibly impossible task.
we carry lots of tech stuff around in our bags to make sure our tech lives are easier to manage wherever we go.
Backing up is something that everyone needs to do.
messaging has been powered with everything: smoke, light, drums, pigeon, horse, person, bottle just to name a few of the contraptions used over the centuries. electricity is the most recent change to this. it's what put guys riding on horseback out of business 150 years ago
you can learn the mechanical by taking a class or reading books and manuals. but we've found the best way to learn is to just use the NLE. don't be daunted by the insane interface and the thousands of keyboard commands. eventually it won't look like it makes sense. and don't try to learn all the command keys all at once. instead learn them over time so you will pick up things that work for you. here's four keys you need to know to start things off: ABMN. A is the pointer, B is the Razor, M adds a marker, N is turns Snapping on and off.