Kuri the Curator
#KuriStory #HeyKuri The 25th century had many wonderful benefits. It was an age of wonderful advancements and progress with holodecks, supersonic hypertrains, and robots. One thing the future did not have however was DVD players. Or SD card readers. Or VCRs. These things had all died along “disco,” vehicles so poorly made that the word “combust” could be used to describe their engines, and the usage of birds to communicate ideas through a vast network known as “tweeter.” The issue for the museum archives of course was that this left a rather large conspicuous gap in terms of what happened between the 1980s where everything was on books and the 2040s when holo crystals that could last for centuries started being used. Nothing could read these formats so nothing about the time was known. The movies, music, and e-books of the age were lost to time.