Six Videos of Floppy Drives Singing

By: 11.30.11  •  2 Comments

Ah, the floppy drive. That humble storage medium that served us so well, and was cruelly chucked aside for flashier, younger technologies like those slutty USB thumb drives, and those icy CD-RWs.

So, the floppy drive took a good, hard look at itself and realized…it couldn’t define itself by its users. It had to define itself for itself.

As a result, it traveled, it tried new things, it got drunk in Greece, and it found itself. So the floppy drive has returned, its storage medium rock star days behind us, and now it just wants to sing us a happy little tune. Or several. Here are some selections from its debut album.

#6) Flight of the Floppy Drives

#5) The Imperial March

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