Why is printing the de facto standard?

Started Aug 7, 2013 | Discussions thread
olliess Senior Member • Posts: 1,349
Re: Why is printing the de facto standard?

Mark Smith wrote:

If I die all the electronic stuff will die with me, the albums will be picked up by future generations who will have instant connection with the past.


Given the chance the print will survive being forgotten and re-found with low tech acccess, something not possible with digital files.

I think this is slowly going to change. In addition to going through our grandparents'/parents' garages and attics after they pass away, we'll now be sifting through their "digital" garages as well.

I don't think we'll have problem accessing something as ubiquitous as a jpg file 50 years from now.

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