cdrom is a good choice, widely readable (for now .. ) remember though that
technology advances, and the documents may no longer be readable in ten /
twenty years time, since the media will be obselete ...
Can anyone recover data from a Tandy TRS-80 cassette-tape now ?
That said, paper doesn't like humidity too much unless you laminate ...
multiple formats, considering how little there is to store, CD / DVD / Paper
/ Other should all be possible, and perhaps warranted ?
> -----Original Message-----
> The archive is <100MB, I can guarantee darkness and coolness but not
> humidity, and the result has to survive decades. Lots of decades.
>> Anybody got any better ideas, or links to discussions of this?
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