One thing that does make us a little skeptical of the concept as a whole is the assumption that people will still be using -- or even have access to -- USB 2.0 in 100 years. Everyone was shocked when the original iMac didn't have a floppy drive, but they quickly disappeared. A new MacBook Air has neither an optical drive, nor a FireWire port, which for years were the two standards for backing up your media. A generation of digital artists relied on Zip Disks, even with their catastrophic failure rate. Hell, even century old photographic prints can be beyond recognition if they haven't been stored and preserved appropriately.