Have you tried any museums or the Smithsonian or Library of Congress.
I'm sure they'd have enough interest in the content to give it a go for you.
Jim Johnson wrote:
>Hmmm. Had thought about this before, too. Trouble is, my dad did
>something like this. He put it on a wire recording back in the 40s.
>All his war experience, etc. I found it last year when he passed
>away. No way to play the wire recording now. I checked.
>So, Buster, if you burn this off onto CD, what makes you think your
>great Grandkids will be able to get it back off the CD? Maybe you
>could print it off on acid free paper and cover it in UV blocking plastic.
>Might last 2 generations that way (assuming the schools still teach
>*reading* by then), but the third or fourth would still be saying,
>"Buster who??" ;-)
>Somebody on one of these Spridget lists is using a very revealing
>by-line along these lines.....
>"I don't want to achieve immortality through my work. I want to achieve it
>by not dying". - Woody Allen -
>Jim - he of the inert Midget in Dodge City
>1968 MG Midget
>**Don't underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups.**