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Ok, I have at least 300 - 400 used 3.5" floppy disks that I would like to dispose of. They all have stuff on them that's at least 5 years old and probably worthless, so I don't think I need to erase them. But I hate the thought of them filling up the land fill. There must be some way to reuse these things for some useful purpose. I offered them to my neighbor since he just bought a new computer, but he didn't buy a floppy drive. I've got uses for old AOL CDs (they make neat mobiles and when you hang them in cherry trees, the reflection of the sun keeps birds away), but nothing for faithful old floppy disks. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.