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Of course, bitmaps produced by PaperBack are also human-readable (with the small help of any decent microscope).
August 14, 2012 7:06 AM Subscribe
You may ask - why? Why, for heaven's sake, do I need to make paper backups, if there are so many alternative possibilities like CD-R's, DVD±R's, memory sticks, flash cards, hard disks, streamer tapes, ZIP drives, network storages, magnetooptical cartridges, and even 8-inch double-sided floppy disks formatted for DEC PDP-11?