Are you afraid that you precious Britney Spears CD collection might not make it past the decade and that your great-great-great-great-grand children might be deprived of the nasal, nymphomanic, tech-altered crooning of the deranged singer? Worry not, because developers over at Norsam have come up with an ingenious method to make digital information last a long, long time. Developers micro-etched over 350,000 pages of information onto a 3-inch nickel disk and the estimated lifespan of the disk at over 2,000 -10,000 years making it a modern equivalent of the Rosetta Stone. The document chosen for the archiving was the book of Genesis which was etched onto the disk in over 1500 languages. The bad news is that none of us will be alive in 2,000 years time so our best bet is to hope that the disk really works and that the future generations donât mock us for being primitive!