By Deane Barker | May 7, 2004 | 1 Comment
USB Floppy Disk Drive RAID: This one is all over the tech blogs today. Someone hooked five USB floppies up to a Mac, and using some software RAID driver, got them to appear as a single drive. When you drag something to the drive, it stripes across all five floppies. Stupid fun.
After a very entertaining display of USB FDD flashing lights, whirling drives, and an interesting rhythm of spinning technology sounds, my RAID was complete. At first I thought it was screwed up, but it just took a while for the various units to meld themsleves into a single super duper kalimazooper floppy drive. Upon completion. I had a new SINGLE 4.22 MB floppy disk drive called UNTITLED. Don’t ask me where the other MBs when, I dont know, and I am frankly pretty suprised I got this far at this point.
The entire page is pretty funny. The guy has some wit.
This makes me want to grab some drives and do this in the worst way!