Is CD-R still the cure for the common COLD?

Misek, Marla
April 1998
EMedia Professional;Apr98, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p60
Academic Journal
Focuses on the feasibility of combined computer output laser disks (COLD) and compact-disc (CD) technologies. Inability of COLD to facilitate rapid information retrieval; Reasons driving the use of CD as a storage solution for COLD data; DVD-R and the Internet as possible COLD-generated data storage solutions. INSET: And how would you like your COLD?.


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