WHAT'S NEXT -- ARE THEY NO LONGER COMING OUT WITH NEW VERSIONS OF 'LEMONADE STAND'? The WaPo notes the near-death of the floppy disk, in both 5 1/4" or 3 1/2" formats. "Then, of course, the CD-ROM came. And these days you can store your MP3s, video files, Web pages, anything on the Web, in a CD or a USB thumb drive. Goodbye, Floppy. Oh, you can visit a few, if you want, probably stored in the same place as other relics, the eight-track and VHS. It will be next to the Apple IIc, sitting right atop your Super NES."