Most of us have photo albums in our families. The albums typically are thick books with celluloid pages and contain photographs of the family over the years. Now here is a question: when was the last time you added a photograph to that album?
Today, we typically keep our pictures on our computers, or our phones; we display them on Facebook or some other networking site. We rarely print them out, even though the technology to print glossy photographs from our computers has been available for years. Instead, we trust them to technology and many people are not prepared to save the photos for decades. Today's photographs may be lost to our descendants.
Clay Barbour writes about this change in our lives in an article in the Wisconsin State Journal web site at http://goo.gl/CgzFS.
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