Does it not seem ironic that chances are, the older the media, the longer they are likely to survive in a usable form? Sheet music from 200 years ago is as good now as the day it was written. Can you say the same about your laser discs, 8-track tapes, favorite Atari video games, and CR-ROMs?
Bill Buxton, Principal Researcher, Microsoft in the Foreword to Richard Banks, The Future of Looking Back, 2011
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