"USB Support under the recently released 2.4 Linux kernel adds
more than support for keyboards and mice. While USB-based storage
devices aren't well suited as primary system storage devices, they
are a handy way to add storage to an existing system without
cracking the case."
"My recent fascination with USB and Linux can be attributed to
my boss. Last week he received a new toy ... an Agate USB Q. The Q
is a keychain with a USB connector; a keychain that holds 16MB of
data. My boss downloaded the Windows 98 drivers, installed the
device, and started copying data over to his new toy."
"I thought it was pretty cool. I thought it would be cooler if
it worked under Linux."
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