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I have finally resolved to toss out several hundred old 5.25" diskettes -- some with programs, others containing old personal data.

I am correct that no one wants or can use these, right?

Is there a preferred way to do dump them -- cut them before tossing, or some other way?

I'd appreciate your advice (before I lose my nerve and put them all in a box and continue to save them.)

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I'd say burn them then throw them away. That way no one could look at your personal data. Then again, I'm guessing you won't have many credit card numbers on there from ordering stuff online :whistling:
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