You said that your client has the analog originals on hand. I would suggest that he not put too much
time or money into sussing out problems with CDR media made a decade ago in a Sony CD recorder.
Rather, he should spend his time and money re-transferring the material, in high resolution, to a
modern storage system. And he should be aware of budgeting for future expenses to maintain and
migrate the data.
-- Tom Fine
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From: "John Spencer" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Tuesday, August 06, 2013 5:52 PM
Subject: [ARSCLIST] Thank you!!
> Thank you to everyone who responded to my CD-R/ bit-rot problem. While we've yet to review any of
> these discs, I've forwarded every email to him to give him the collective wisdom of the ARSC list.
> While I would have never given him the advice to let CD-Rs lie without any bit-level fixity
> checks, etc., it is what it is, so I wish them good luck and now I know why I send in my dues
> every year and participate in the ARSC TC.
> John Spencer
> 1801 8th Ave. S. Suite 200
> Nashville, TN 37203
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