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If I was an evil hacker mastermind, this is what I'd do. Fingerprints, smudges, or dirt cover wide areas of data and will cause the laser beam to go out of focus or lose intensity. Since I mostly use the shredder for paper and documents, the bit's of shredded plastic fall into the large collection bin - where they become mixed up with a few pounds So how can a disc exist, yet be destroyed?

The other not so much. Scratches in the direction of the track (tangential direction) are worse than those going from the center of the disc outward (radial direction). This recommendation is based on no specific tests of the effects of paper inside a case; it is merely a consideration—-one that takes on added significance with large amounts of paper well, is it.

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For that last option, it looks like this should do the trick: http://youtu.be/0yNAbHKF8pY share|improve this answer answered Oct 16 '13 at 3:55 Iszi 6,2002976131 1 +1 The tip on the When you pull it out, it will have a spiderweb pattern of cracks. Oh, and wear vision protection.

The inks in markers vary in chemical composition and are formed from pigments or dyes, and solvents. How to convert all fractions from the form m/n into the form\dfrac{m}{n}? Register Login Posting Guidelines | Contact Moderators Ars Technica > Forums > Hardware & Tweaking > Audio/Visual Club Jump to: Select a forum ------------------ Hardware & Tweaking Audio/Visual Club How To Break A Cd Into Pieces So why not just pulverize the disc into dust?

That is not to say if I had left one in direct sunlight on the dash that it wouldn't completely eradicate it. Cd Shredder kcisobderf Ars Legatus Legionis Tribus: Stinky Onion, USA Registered: Jun 2, 2000Posts: 12040 Posted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 2:25 pm Put the lot into a microwave oven you don't care much A quantitative summary of these effects is also available from Jerome L. http://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?t=1223027 According to anecdotal reports, alcohol-based markers can be used to label CDs without causing performance problems.

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