A small transferable disk holding about 1.4 megabytes.
One of several types of magnetic storage media. The term "floppy" refers to any disk that is made of a flexible material, such as Mylar, instead of some type of metal. Almost all floppy disks used now are 3 1/2 inch (which hold a maximum of 1.44 megabytes). The smaller, higher capacity disks have become the industry standard, with their older, larger counterparts disappearing into obscurity.
(see still video floppy), disk
An extremely common type of removable disk. Floppies do not hold too much data, but most computers are capable of reading them. Note though that there are different competing format used for floppies, so that a floppy written by one type of computer might not directly work on another. Also sometimes called "diskette".
The state of your wallet after purchasing a computer.
The condition of a constant computer user's stomach due to lack of exercise and a steady diet of junk food (see "CHIPS").
Floppy is a computer game by Greg Hale and Ted Cohn, released on the Apple II in the early 1980s.