From Just Solve the File Format Problem
- Not to be confused with ZIP, an unrelated compressed file format.
The Zip disk is a rotating magnetic storage medium housed in a hard plastic protective cassette. This "super-floppy" disk storage product came in 100 MB, 250 MB, and 750 MB capacities, and was sold from 1994 through approximately 2003.
- Zip Drive, Wikipedia.
- Zip Drive support pages, Iomega
- Zip Drive Mini-HOWTO: setting up and using the Iomega ZIP drive with Linux, faqs.org
- XFER STN (New Museum) (available to artists for converting old-format works)
- Zip Disks & Floppies: musical piece by artist who formerly used those media for storing beats