small CDs?

ddoc news at 92tr.freeserve.co.uk
Tue Jul 29 10:27:27 CEST 2003


Kevin Altis wrote:

> it would be handy to be able to
> run Python on machines that don't already have Python installed. 
... 
> CD-ROM is not very effective because the media is read-only and too big to
> carry in your pocket. 

Read-only, yes, but you can get small CD-Rs that hold a reasonable amount 
of information in either a proper round shape, or one with corners that 
makes it conference badge/credit card sized.

Probably easiest to set up the system you burn on the pocketable CD so that 
it uses the USB device you carry in the other pocket to store anything that 
needs to change or be retained after a session.

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A




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