- camera film, though we only shoot digital
- audio cassettes, some of which would probably rip and subsequently ruin a walkman, if we still had a functioning one
- movie film, but no functioning projector and maybe even an old pre-video movie camera
- various size and versions of data storage discs for ancient computers, data no longer accessible
- old computers, printers, screens and keyboards which aren't compatible with today's computers
- data memory keys which no longer reveal the data so carefully saved
- LP records which could be played if we only had functioning record players
- books much, much older than all of the previous items listed, which we can and do still read with the same enjoyment as when they were new
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Sunday, April 11, 2010
Hold Onto Your Paper Books and Maybe Dust Off Your Records
As usual, Dry Bones says it perfectly.
I'm sure we're not the only people who still have
So, honestly, are those electric books really good investments?