Okay, blog readers, I need a pep talk. We have a cabinet in our living room filled with cds. When it came time to move it, we emptied them all into shopping bags, which you see here. We've culled, and we have culled again. We could probably cull yet more. But we haven't been able to take the leap to all digital. So we started discussing whether we should ditch the jewel boxes and just keep the discs. That seemed like a good idea, so we went looking for cases. I wanted to be able to keep the cd inserts and rearrange the pages, but we couldn't find any cases with those features. We bought the least offensive cases we could find and figured we'd make do.
Today was to be the day I transferred everything into the cases, but I'm running into problems. Many of the discs don't have the songs listed on them and some don't even have the title! If I want to know what's on them, I need to keep at least a piece of the booklet. That means the cases will have all these little fluttery bits of paper in them, which seems like it could go south quickly.
Now I'm starting to wonder if keeping just the discs defeats the whole purpose of hanging onto the cds in the first place. If I want the booklets and cover art and all that, I need to keep the cds intact. If I'm going to end up with just the music, I might as well go digital. Right? Am I missing something? Help!