Floppy drives (esp. the common 1.44MB) can still be found relatively
easily. The real problem is that floppies themselves are not
manufactured any longer, and their life span, when actually used, is
not great... Plus the quality of the floppies produced in the last two decades tended to be really bad. I wouldn't recommend considering such option.
Which brings me to another question, how hard is it to manufacture a
floppy disk? Does it require a big, big factory
or is there a way to make do with equipment an individual can afford?
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