On 12/19/05, J Worgan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Can data and programs be sent via modem to microphone input and recorded on
> a cassette or reel to reel tape recorder?


Why would you want to? Burn the files to a CD. If necessary, for a
truly ancient Mac with no SCSI to connect to a SCSI CD drive, you
could AppleTalk them over from something like a Plus, or you could use
the Plus to write them onto floppy.

To be marginally less terse: modem comms are a 2-way conversation. You
could record half of it but just that half is meaningless. Older 1980s
8-bit micros used cassette tape as storage, but not Macs.

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