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On 16/05/2014, Tom Fine wrote:

> I gotta say, I HATE "eBooks." The day I can't read words printed on
> paper may be the day I stop reading "books." I also don't like reading
> newspapers on a tablet, but I'm getting used to it. The physical paper
> definitely causes me to retain knowledge better, because I can clip
> and rip and keep. Don is absolutely right about film negatives. And
> wait until the majority of people have all their personal photos in
> "the cloud" and something goes very wrong like a cyber-warfare attack
> or something. I don't believe data can be "permanently" backed up in a
> way where it's easily retreivable like a printed book or black and
> white photo negative. It's much more a hope and pray thing with
> digital data, no matter how "fail safe" one thinks his system might
> be.
> 
Adobe have been pressuring their customers to use the cloud (and pay a
subscription). 

Their cloud failed for several hours this week. Not helpful if you are
using Photoshop for a business.

Regards
-- 
Don Cox
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