* Turn the system on and use a 3.5-in diskette
The profiles are then saved as "games" on individual diskettes
for students to take home and work on.
Remember the days of "sneakernet," when the only way to move files from one computer to another was by copying them to a diskette
and walking them over to the recipient?
In 2002, OTPs purchased 68% of methadone products, including 98% of the liquid methadone and 79% of the diskette
form produced in the United States.
In contrast, computer viruses (spread by sharing data on infected diskettes
) parallel sexually transmitted diseases, whose spread is related to specific behavioral practices.
At 32 mm or 25.4 mm in height, the Winstation drive uses familiar ZIP 100 mb and 250 mb Iomega diskettes
while incorporating the SCSI interface for use in a multitude of industry applications that require the advanced technology.
Financial report filers should bear in mind that as of July 10, 2000, the SEC eliminated diskettes
as a filing medium and that it will discontinue the DOS-based EDGARLink in November 2000.
Mail two formatted, IBM compatible, 1.44 Mbyte, 3.5-inch diskettes
to: W J.
- Create boot image files (from a standard boot diskettes
) that contain startup files and application files which reside on a network server.
The kit is also very economical incorporating reusable smell diskettes
that are consistent and won't spill or contaminate the hands of the investigator or the patient.
The Scandinavian Colour Institute AB, Sweden, has announced that it has combined its color library Natural Color System (NCS) from several diskettes
into a single CD.