They are stuffed in shoe boxes. They are stacked on shelves. They are shoved in the back of the sock drawer. They are old family photographs, video tapes, cassette tapes, 8mm films and letters. And they need to be digitized before it is too late.
Linda Berg Sharp and Kathleen Lyon Webb shared some great ideas for preserving your family's past at the BYU Conference on Computerized Family History and Genealogy in Salt Lake City this week.
To learn about all of their great tips, read the report by Michael DeGroote on Mormon Times.com.