When I was in grade school, and even college, notes were still primarily taken by hand, or dictated from from previously recorded lectures and lessons. In the 4th grade I carried around a floppy disc, in which all of my Word progress for the year was saved. The school's computer lab didn't have the capacity to store ALL of the student's lessons, so we were tasked with hauling around highly breakable, large, plastic disk that was prone to malfunction and errors already. My last few days in middle school were spent furiously taking photos with friends I would no longer see, since I was transferring districts. The $10 single use wind camera I used returned 0 usable images, as the casing has been cracked, exposing the film to direct light. Yes, studies and the art of chronicling memories have come a long way- but re you really prepared for the year ahead?
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