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The original version of this quotation came much earlier; the very first problem in Tanenbaum's 1981 textbook Computer Networks asks the student to calculate the throughput of a St. Bernard carrying floppy disks (in 1981 the standard 8 inch floppy held 241  kilobytes of data per side, though various formatting and data blocking techniques could get that as high as 800  kilobytes per side, while the  inch floppy held 180  kilobytes per side). The first USENET citation is July 16, 1985 and it was widely considered an old joke already.

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