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SUNDAY, DEC 15, 2002  |  1 comments
Digital records 'obscure the past'


Works like the Gutenberg Bible can still be read

The pace of technology is such that what was deemed cutting edge 15 years ago is generally considered obsolete today.

For households this has been evident in the steady migration from analogue to digital: vinyl gave way to CDs, audio cassettes to minidisks and video tapes to DVDs.

The television industry is facing similar problems with an ongoing project to transfer its archive footage from obsolete videotape to current tape formats or even digitised.

When planning Project Gutenberg, the internet archive of free electronic books, its architect, Michael Hart, recognised the problem. ...


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18For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled. Matthew 5: 18
Who would dare to make such a claim today and yet it will always be true? I do appreciate the number of books I can fit on a CD though. Who would be without a complete set from Ages software or the "Puritan" and "Reformed" bookshelves from swrb.com ? How could you afford them any other way? Well maybe it will get better and cheaper, but it is better than a house full of books and no money so far.
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