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Delete Never: The Digital Hoarders Who Collect Tumblrs, Medieval Manuscripts, and Terabytes of Text Files- Gizmodo did an article on this sub

Delete Never: The Digital Hoarders Who Collect Tumblrs, Medieval Manuscripts, and Terabytes of Text Files- Gizmodo did an article on this sub

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  1. Thanks a lot to everyone in r/DataHoarder team and Gizmodo for the article about it! I’m happy to know that you guys exist!

    **Keep going this fenomenal work!**

  2. This resonates so much with me. Glad to know I’m not the only one who likes to sift data around.

  3. I just read that article and had to hop over here and subscribe .. I found my ppl ..

  4. I find it amusing that the two examples they give in the article of things people might hoard are the top two stickied posts right now. Guess they didn’t want to spend TOO much time digging around in this sub…

  5. Are tumblr blogs still being able to get downloaded? I kinda missed that whole fiasco

  6. /r/DataHoarder is the modern day equivalent to monks. Hear me out.

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    Monks have a historical significance in archiving text, and manuscripts. During the dark ages monks toiled manually scribing copies of written text just for their future preservation. When their world was in turmoil they knew that saving these works were of the upmost importance. It wasn’t just for religious purposes, but also of cultural significance. I fear we are once again on the precipice of a new modern-day internet dark age. As the various right holders grasp tightly at their intellectual property, the general public may be doomed to become illiterate to culturally significant works once more. It should be all of our duties to preserve as much information as we can, because one day, we may be the only ones that have a particular work. Many right holders are too short sighted to see the importance of preservation. You can look back a mere 30 years, and see how much knowledge, and media has been lost. Luckily some great projects exist that know that now is the time to act. I highly encourage everyone to go support some centralized projects like [archive.org](https://archive.org), and [the-eye.eu](https://the-eye.eu) so these important works may be preserved. They need volunteers, donors, and supporters. Don’t just stop there, but also contribute as well. Find your own niche, and personally preserve something important to you. Teach others how to archive, and help others find their way.

  7. That article brought me here, super cool sub, and now I’ve subscribed.

  8. How I’ve always felt: if you like something, save it locally as it’s likely to get deleted at some point.

  9. An entire article about data hoarding…and not one mention of the people with petabytes of porn?

  10. u/HeloRising, nice to see another data hoarder in my area

  11. “People are like, really, you’re gonna save furry art?”

    ***Obviously furry art is more important than a entire YouTubers backlog*** /s

  12. I must say this is one of the most fascinating subs I’m pleased to have stumbled into. Genuine help and advice coupled with obscure yet interesting conversation.

  13. **HeloRising, a man in his mid-30s from the Pacific Northwest, said via Reddit PM that he’s built up a collection of high-quality digital copies of illuminated manuscripts, which he said he finds fascinating but has yet to find other users interested in sharing.**

    Are you kidding me? That is the best idea I’ve ever come across. Those must be gorgeous pieces of art.

  14. This is the best tl;dr I could make, [original](https://gizmodo.com/delete-never-the-digital-hoarders-who-collect-tumblrs-1832900423) reduced by 96%. (I’m a bot)
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    > Online, you'll find people who use hashtags like "#digitalhoarder" and hang out in the 120,000-subscriber Reddit forum called /r/datahoarder, where they trade tips on building home data servers, share collections of rare files from video game manuals to ambient audio records, and discuss the best cloud services for backing up files.

    > "Data hoarder means to me simply someone who collects and curates digital data," said the user -Archivist, one of the moderators of /r/datahoarder, in a private message on Reddit.

    > Still, problem digital hoarding, where massive collections of files, inbox messages and other digital data bring stress to their owners, isn't unheard of, including among people who already struggle with hoarding tangible objects.

    *****
    [**Extended Summary**](http://np.reddit.com/r/autotldr/comments/axaunn/delete_never_the_digital_hoarders_who_collect/) | [FAQ](http://np.reddit.com/r/autotldr/comments/31b9fm/faq_autotldr_bot/ “Version 2.02, ~387126 tl;drs so far.”) | [Feedback](http://np.reddit.com/message/compose?to=%23autotldr “PM’s and comments are monitored, constructive feedback is welcome.”) | *Top* *keywords*: **data**^#1 **hoarder**^#2 **people**^#3 **collection**^#4 **digital**^#5

  15. Had to laugh at the first paragraph. 10 5 inch drives….

  16. > But what about a stash that fits on 10 5-inch hard drives?

    I flinched.

  17. That’s actually really well written. I’m kind of surprised there was no mention huge collections of ~~definitely 100% legal movies/tv~~ linux isos though.