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Re: Advice for Nancy Gerard?

Mequipment
When they built the pyramids if they would have put they're specifications on paper instead of a computer we would all know how they were built. I have lost numerous digital archives over the years with computer software and hardware going bad. Those bits and bites can end up being worthless if a sector or two go bad on a drive. Those thumb drives are easy to lose whereas a book will last a long time if you take care of them. Many books become collectors items over time and can fetch hundreds or thousands of dollars depending on the scarcity of the publication. The latest trend is storing information on the cloud, and now we see attacks on corporations and they're computer systems, you can see where this is heading.

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