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Author Topic: The effects of technology?  (Read 2484 times)
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« Reply #4: July 28, 2009, 10:50:45 am »

I have my computer version of a BoS, but ya know your idea of keeping it on a memory stick is well, fantastic I think. Last Yule I got that really nasty virus that completely destroyed my hardrive.

  Anyway...keeping the BoS on a memory stick of it's own, it could be included, that stick, on the altar table, be blessed like you would a hard book or crystals. 


That's a really good point...I hadn't thought about a hard drive problem (which is kind of silly considering the problems I've had with my computer Roll Eyes ). I guess I was thinking more along the lines of portability. I found a 4GB memory stick which is only about an inch long by 1/2 inch wide...super small with a key ring attachment for $14. I guess it could also be useful for the folks who have 'less-than-understanding' family members as a way to keep the information that's important to them without taking up alot of space on the home computer.

Oh, and I love the idea of placing it on an altar table... Grin
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