Christian Lindholm points out a problem that is becoming more and more pertinent as more and more people engage in digital lifelogging:
"(…) led me to export all my 30.000 items out of Lifeblog (…) a digital archive is vulnerable, I have made decent back-up’s of my Lifeblog, have some in London, some in Finland on several HD’s etc. still I feel extremely fragile. (…) I am sure most people are worse prepared than I am, the funny thing is I do not think people think about it until the hard disk crashes. (…)"
Which combination of reliable, future-proof software and physically distributed storage can put our minds at rest?