As technology speeds toward the next invention, digital information can disappear quicker than the time it took to digitize it in the first place. According to Dough Alexander, \"This isn\'t an age-old problem of conserving ancient books. It\'s a modern-day dilemma that exposes the Achilles\' Heel of a technology-driven world. A large share of information produced today in practically all areas of human activity is compiled and designed to be read on computers. But this trove of digital information may disappear - unless actions are taken today to conserve this material.\" Read More.