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Preservation of photo books requires preserving the digital file as well as the physical photo book since millennials and others frequently prefer digital photos to an actual book. This is theory behind a presentation I gave at Forever Live! on … Continue reading
We need to preserve videos, even though there is no good way to do it. I have previously discussed using YouTube to preserve Technology Center Videos from Creative Memories. I have now taken video preservation one step further, using ClipConverter to … Continue reading
After much effort, All About Images is now preserved Forever. I converted all my past posts to two PDF files and uploaded those files to Forever’s Guaranteed Storage. I eventually settled on BlogBooker, which is a free service, although you … Continue reading
I recently presented a talk titled “Preservation Is Forever.” In this talk, I reviewed the Terms of Service for many online services offering photo products and digital storage. Many of these services have terms indicating that they can delete photos … Continue reading
See http://missymwac.tumblr.com/post/92167991015/local-woman-prints-iphone-photos-leaving-friends for a novel way to preserve cell phone photos.
Forever preserves memories forever, or at least for the life of the owner plus 100 years. It sounds simple, but it’s not. I spoke with the Glen Meakem, President of Forever, reviewed their documents, and set up a trial account. … Continue reading
The Library of Congress has released information on Personal Archiving as well as a Personal Archiving Brochure that highlights the need to preserve your digital information. It is relatively comprehensive and includes recommendations for digital photographs, digital audio, digital video, electronic … Continue reading
No, this is not an actual headline but instead is the likely outcome of this country’s reliance on the Electronic Records Archive for preserving the nation’s history. My concern stems from our current single-minded focus on preserving information in electonic systems that … Continue reading