"I like fiery passion, actually." - Olympus
Question #93301 posted on 09/11/2020 10:56 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

I’ve been reading the Board since I discovered it during Labor Day weekend 2007, when I was a junior in high school. I’ve been reading on and off since then, more when I was at BYU and less since graduating and going on to other things. I’ve noticed the number of questions has dwindled over time. You guys are doing great, and I hope the Board survives long into the future. However, if the Board ever shuts down, do you have a plan in place to give a copy of the archives to Special Collections or some other reliable record keeper? The Board would be a great primary source on life at BYU over the past twenty years for historians and interested parties in the future.

-Laertes

A:

Dear Argonaut,

Dang, what a sad thought. I can't say I disagree with your observations though. I don't think we've ever planned for saving all the Board history in the eventuality that we dwindle away. Perhaps we should, but being the bunch of procrastinators that we are, I doubt we would until it becomes necessary.

~Anathema