Re: Definition: "Gold CD"
I know that here in the US you can go to Sam's Club Membership
Warhouse(fairly common place) and buy 10 verbatium CDR blanks for ~$15.
Tod Detre |"Losers whine about their best, winners go home and @%^& the
| prom queen." -Sean Connery (The Rock)
|"It is TOD not TODD! Do you see God spelling his name
| Godd?" -Me
> Why do ppl emphasize the cd's are gold? Because that means they are not
> mass-produced, so they are more expensive than silver cd's. Dwarf used to
> sell Debian Gold CD's for about $30, if I recall correctly. That's a fair
> price taking into account: a) the media costs less than $3 by the hunderds
> (somebody on #debian said he got blank cd's for 50 cents, I want to know
> where and how) b) it takes time to prepare the cd c) it takes time to burn
> the cd d) one can't burn more than a few per hour e) the burner doesn't come
> for free with the computer ;-) ... Don't you love free market economy?
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