Eric P <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> The data layer on a CD is, to be technical, just a hair below the top of the
> CD. I've even heard that CDs/DVDs written
> on w/markers (Sharpie, etc.) will be compromised quicker that w/o. I know
> they (Sharpie) now makes markers specifically
> for writing on CDs/DVDs. I have some right here and the package says,
> "Specially formulated ink for digital media".
> Whatever the hell that means. But that's definitely a vote for never using a
> normal Sharpie on a disc!
Is it more expensive that a normal Sharpie?
Labels have a different temperature expansion than CDs (polycarbonate)
and they might absorb moisture. Therefore they have a potential to
distort the CD.
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