Episode 134: How To Preserve Your Photos In Case Of Disaster

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If disaster strikes, are your photos and documents safe?

Natural Disasters

Remember when photographs were on photo paper and not on phones? Do you have stacks and stacks of old photos lying around, not backed up anywhere? According to ScanMyPhotos CEO Mitch Goldstone, there are 3.5 TRILLION analog photos out there. And while his company has made a dent in scanning in and backing up those photos, many people would lose their paper memories for good if disaster struck, not to mention important documents.

Whether you want to take care of it yourself or hand your photos over to someone else to deal with, we’ve got a solution for you. Listen in for tips!

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