National Geographic: On your digital life

Posted by ed oboyle on Sun, Feb 08, 2009 @ 09:26 AM
org digilife3As folks familiar with us know, we seek out and devour any and all new writings about our ever expanding digital lifestyles.  So we were pleased that the team at National Geographic decided to tackle the tough task of presenting practical ways to organize and manage your precious personal digital assets.  This no-nonsense, straight forward text provides tips for anyone overwhelmed with getting their arms around collections of photographs, film, video and music.  Are your treasured memories and prized keepsakes still locked in yesterday's mediums?  Not to worry, this book details the best and most cost effective ways to digitize everything.  From vinyl to old photo prints, author Aimee Baldridge cuts through the clutter to identify and explain today's tools for preserving and organizing all of your personal media, both new and old. According to  the publisher, Organize Your Digital Life is the ideal resource for teens who thrive on the technical, families with overflowing photo albums, and seniors who'd love to collate a lifetime of letters and photos.  With this first-ever, easy-to-use guide, you'll acquire the confidence and skills to master your digital universe."  

Our thoughts on the book?  4 stars (out of 5) for it's concise, practical advise and useful data tables and resources.

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