I'm considering putting together a media computer, meaning a computer that can read wide variety of old obsolete media. Something like, 3.5" floppy, MO disks (128 and 230MB), zip, CDs (they'll soon be obsolete), Bernoulli, and perhaps a 5.25" floppy (most of these through a SCSI). Once upon a time I had a computer with two 5.25" floppies (no hard drive, 8088 processor) but I wasn't into the hardware aspects then.
So my question is, does anyone know how I can hook up a 5.25" floppy (assuming I can get a hold of one) to a modern PC? What type of interface did they use (the same floppy as the modern PCs?). Do I need to find some sort of a special ISA card?