Has it been proven this far down the road that gold CDRs really last longer than normal ones? Seems to me it is still a chemical process and they would be un-permanent, even if they do last somewhat longer… Is the jury still out?
On Dec 11, 2016, at 11:56 PM, Aaron Coe <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Yeah, I don’t even offer optical media as preservation medium option anymore. I used to provide my clients with MAM-A 24 Kt. Gold Archive CD-Rs & DVD-Rs, labeled using a Rimage Prism Plus thermal printer. The printer cost a pretty penny back in the day, but it printed labels that wouldn't smear if they got wet or were rubbed. Very professional looking.