Wednesday, February 25, 2009


Younger daughter? Found it. So there.

(And it's a CD-ROM, not a plain old CD - is there a difference? - and not a DVD. What the heck is the difference? I thought CDs were for music and DVDs for anything visible that moves.)

1 comment:

Keeffer said...

i can't believe you hadn't tossed it.

CDs are for music.

CD-ROMs you can put in the computer and they play mini-movies. They can't go in the DVD player.

DVDs can go in the DVD player or computer (if your computer has a DVD drive.)

to make this even more confusing- some DVD players double as CD players if you hook them up to speakers.