Speaking of storage media, can anyone tell me whether
reel-to-reel should be put in special storage cases? Most of our tapes are
currently in the boxes the tape comes in. We are planning a digitizing
project and I am trying to calculate cost. Any assistance would be
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Oregon Historical Society Research Library
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The only dumb question is the one not asked.
for a while on the list.
Recent comments about 78 storage in
zip-loc bags prompts me to ask the following:
Can cd's, in their little
jewel boxes, be safely stored in metal boxes?
I've been fotunate to be
exposed in my lifetime to almost all the recording media. Having
accumulated a treasure of audio tapes over the last thirty years, has always
made me allergic to magnets and metal boxes.
I presume CD's are plastic
and the coating to be aluminum.
Nancy and Larry Hall,
American Radio Relay League
You see, wire telegraph is a
kind of a very, very long cat. You pull his tail
New York and his head is meowing
in Los Angeles.
Do you understand
And radio operates exactly the same way:
signals here, they receive them
there. The only difference is
that there is no
cat. -- Albert Einstein