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CD-ROM

Compact disk-read only memory Informatics A compact disk, capable of holding ± 750 MB of permanent data, which is recorded or burned only once. Cf CD-RW.
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2--junk or freebie CD-ROMs (Every month I bet your mom or dad throws out several CD-ROMs that are received free in junk mail.) 4--1/2" #6 wood screws 1--1" length of a 1x4 board (1x4 board is actually 3/4" thick and 3-1/2" wide.)
Click on the Mirror Free CD icon and the first 500 Mirror readers to register will receive a free Belfast Giants Official Interactive Video CD-Rom.
The CD-ROM project is the brainchild of Charlie and Robert Cahill, two brothers who have lived and worked in Nunavut for more than 10 years.
Requisition as EM 0012; the unit of issue is CD-ROM.
Paragon CD-ROM Emulator 2000 runs on all Windows versions: WIN 9x, WIN ME, WIN NT 4.0 and WIN 2000.
"But with a programmable CD-ROM, you can start with a copy-resistant feature in the very first session, and then add the content that you want to distribute onto that modified CD.
The Funk & Wagnalls Multimedia Encyclopedia is available free of charge on the Web (http://www.funkandwagnalls.com/encycloPedia), and it has the same textual and multimedia elements as the $30 Simon & Schuster CD-ROM version (except for a few more video clips on the disc).
Roberta Astroff explores the evaluation and selection of CD-ROMs containing full-text literary works.
In discussing The National Gallery Complete Illustrated Catalogue on CD-ROM, I can promise the almost total absence of technical mumbo jumbo.
I watch the CD-ROM industry with considerable interest.