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Submission + - Thanks for the... Eight-Track, Uncle Alex 2

Uncle Alex writes: "My niece just turned one year old and her parents have asked that, instead of the usual gifts, we each contribute something to a time capsule to be opened on her 17th birthday. Multiple members of my family want to contribute digital data (text, video and music files) and came to me (the closest thing to a geek our family has) wondering... what's the best way to save the data to ensure she'll actually be able to see it in 16 years? Software might be out of date, hardware may no longer be used... any suggestions...?!"
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Thanks for the... Eight-Track, Uncle Alex

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