Would you deliberately set fire to your family’s photo albums? Wantonly wave an electromagnet over cassette recordings of your child’s first words? Smash your copy of the White Album into fragments with a hammer? Shred your grandparents’ love letters?
Of course not.
But if you’re using popular media formats to store your digital pictures, music, and e-mails, you might as well be.
Andrea Japzon wants you to ponder that — and then get busy preserving your digital legacy.