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Tech Tip for Dog Lovers
Save photos before it’s too late
Photos can be a comfort when your dog dies; be sure to protect them.

Tech wise guy David Einstein got personal yesterday in his Computing advice column for the San Francisco Chronicle. Out of the untimely death of his rescued Greyhound Rune, he learned and shares an important lesson: Take care of your memories. After Rune’s death, he discovered he didn’t have many photos, and only a few that “convey Rune’s essence.” Don’t let this happen to you. Take to heart Einstein’s advice for scanning print photographs, and saving, filing and backing up your precious digital images.

Lisa Wogan lives in Seattle and is the author of, most recently, Dog Park Wisdom. lisawogan.com


Photo: mikebaird, Flickr


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