I don't believe this ****

From: jpero_at_cgo.wave.ca <(jpero_at_cgo.wave.ca)>
Date: Tue Jan 6 06:17:08 1998

> At 11:49 AM 1/6/98 +0000, you wrote:
> >discolored. There should be a better way to compost them...
> >Allow enough O2 there, it will decompose and oxidize better.
> What do you think about CD-ROMS? I hear they have have a much longer
> capacity to hold data, as opposed to 15 years for VHS tapes in average
> conditions. Would UV be the major factor in CD-ROM deterioration?
Actually, the sealer on that side of any cdrom label side is pretty
easy to scratch, once that happens, the life is really shortened!
The shiny layer is aluminum. I heard of someone who threw a
favorite cd into lake in frustration, but few years later, found it
again, it's ruined.

Jason D.
> - John Higginbotham
> - limbo.netpath.net
Received on Tue Jan 06 1998 - 06:17:08 GMT

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