3.5-inch Floppy Disk RAID Array Is of Questionable Value

Just because you can do something doesn't mean you should. That didn't stop Daniel Blade Olson, who created a RAID array out of a series of floppy disk drives. Yes, he set up a redundant storage system on a format that hasn't been relevant in over a decade.

It's cool though, I guess. I mean, it can write a whopping 3.6MB in a mere 32 seconds! The future is here! But he's not done yet; he wants to create a 125 USB floppy disk drive array, which is too crazy for me to even think about.

EveryJoe via Technabob