Elizabeth Churchill, Jeff Ubois
Have you amassed a collection of photos and other media without quite knowing how to manage it? Have you spent hours trying to locate a precious or extremely important file? Have you ever wished you'd backed up your files after a computer crash? More and more of our work and personal content is digital. And mobile, digital technologies like camera phones are changing the nature of capture and collectionwhat and how we collect. We are living in a world of continuous accumulation. This is relatively new. Ten years ago fewer people had home computers, fewer services existed, and we…
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