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[filmscanners] Re: How to label CD backups

May I ask a background question in this thread?  Specifically, what's the
source of the underlying assumption that you shouldn't use labels on CDs?

I've just begun to archive images (onto Kodak Gold CDRs) and have been
using a very thin, full size label that I got from one of the online
vendors.  I print some generic stuff on it with my printer (Photo Backup,
Contact Sheets, etc.) and then write on the label (using a fine Sharpie)
the unique info for the particular disc.  I know that all the info I put on
the label wouldn't fit on the clear hub of the disc, no matter how small I
could write, and I'd rather not have to maintain a separate index of what's
on "disc 23."

Are the things that can go wrong with labels worse than what people are
worrying about with using inks directly on CDs?


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