Microsoft to Archive Music on Futuristic Slivers of Glass That Will Live 10,000 Years

War, disease, division—things aren’t looking too rosy for humanity at the moment. But thanks to Microsoft, at least we’ll be listening to Stevie Wonder after the apocalypse. The tech giant is partnering with Elire Group to etch the world’s music onto glass plates, and bury them in a remote arctic mountainside to ride out the end of the world.

Link: Microsoft to Archive Music on Futuristic Slivers of Glass That Will Live 10,000 Years
via singularityhub.com

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