Now, granted, a big reason for this is that my car only plays CDs (no iPod hookup for me), and I need music while I drive. When I'm on a computer, I'm almost always about Spotify or YouTube for music consumption. I rarely, but do, purchase tracks off iTunes as well.
But my CDs are my pride and joy. I love artwork, I love having something in my hand, and I love the concept. I even wrote my entire senior thesis for Belmont about how CDs wouldn't go away. In my head, they haven't.
Then, I stumbled upon this article. They talk about information being stored, and I'm talking about my music. So now I want to know how to make them last because I don't think I can do this without them.
Oh and joy, there's no 'average' CD, so they just die off as they see fit. It's not like they're being made in droves anymore either.
And now, I am thoroughly depressed.