Organize Your Digital Life: How to Store Your Photographs, Music, Videos, and Personal Documents in a Digital World
Offers instructions on how to streamline and organise your life so you can find what you need instantly, safeguard your personal history, and create lasting memories that your family will treasure.
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|Library of Congress
||Digital preservation, Information storage and retrieval systems - Archival materials, Information storage and retrieval systems - Photographs, Family records - Data processing, Sound recordings - Data processing
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Your digital life is everywhere: you have digital pictures in your camera, on your computer and in your cameraphone; you have scans on your computer and jpegs attached to your e-mail; and you have digital music on your iPod but old CDs and vinyl albums in your cabinet waiting to be transferred into your digital music system. And then, there are the old videotapes gathering dust in the attic. How do you find anything to make a photo album, a slideshow with music, or a website your itinerant family can access?How can you keep all your personal documents and records together, easily portable, and secure? How can you document your home's contents for insurance purposes? In short, how can you make your life a million times neater simply by using the technology at your fingertips? This book delivers the basic step-by-step instruction on how to streamline and organise your life so you can find what you need instantly, safeguard your important personal history, and create lasting memories your family will treasure.
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AIMEE BALDRIDGE, author of The Cameraphone Book, is a writer and photographer based in New York. She covers photography and imaging technology for a variety of magazines and online publications, and was previously a senior editor covering digital imaging at CNET Networks Reviews. She holds a B.A. in English Language and Literature from the University of Chicago.