I am currently hanging out with my three-year-old grandson, Charlie, for the week. My next post will be about insights gained from this experience. Charlies is always a wise teacher!
In the meantime, I would like to reblog a post by Mike Nelson. Here, he explores the question of how to preserve your blog for your grandchildren (and theirs). Ironically, I had been thinking about the same question…in much less depth. My low-tech solution has been to print off key pages of my site (gasp here) and store them with other family documents in our fireproof vault.
After reading Mike’s post, I would love to hear your thoughts on this topic. Let’s chat!
We are living in the digital dark age. Wikipedia says: the digital dark age is a lack of historical information in the digital age as a direct result of outdated file formats, software, or hardware that becomes corrupt, scarce, or inaccessible as technologies evolve and data decays. Another way to say that: did you think […]