Google boss warns of 'forgotten century' with email and photos at risk
Digital material including key historical documents could be lost forever because programs to view them will become defunct, says Vint Cerf
John Scofield
from the NAB list; John Scofield Trio, w/ Steve Swallow & Bill Stewart. Live at The Blue Note, New York September 2004.
Google boss warns of 'forgotten century' with email and photos at risk
Digital material including key historical documents could be lost forever because programs to view them will become defunct, says Vint Cerf
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