I like your style. It keeps the flow of arguments continuous.
The US has hundreds of miles of computer tapes containing historical information that they can no longer read. If one goes by various articles one reads.
And its not for nothing that most countries archive legislation states that archived historical (and presumably legal) information must be stored in a machine readable form and/or paper.
And in the words of that immortal plonker (I cant remember his name) "It just ain't no fun taking a laptop into the crapper to read the paper" or words to that effect
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