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How Will Historians of the Future Run MS Word 97? How Can We Save It for
Them? - Slate Magazine
all holdings duly packaged in the archive world’s ubiquitous soft gray
Hollinger boxes, as well as earthquake safeguards and redundant off-site
storage at Iron Mountain in Pennsylvania. I had come to Microsoft to do
research for the book I am writing on the literary history of word
processing. Microsoft Word, I reasoned, was the most widely used piece of
writing software in the world, the No. 2 pencil of the digital age.

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