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Further reading
Bennett, John C. (1997). " 'JISC/NPO Studies on the Preservation of Electronic Materials: A Framework of
Data Types and Formats, and Issues Affecting the Long Term Preservation of Digital Material"
( British Library Research and Innovation
Report 50.
History of Computer Storage from 1928 to 2013 (
History of Computer Data Storage (
History of Storage from Cave Paintings to Electrons (
The Evolution of Data Storage (

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