I was clearing out the garage yesterday (the wife is away for a week) and I managed to dump all sorts of junk that will not be missed. Looks a lot better now!
I came across some boxes of classical cassettes - some recorded by myself from my LPs/CDs and many commercial DG, Decca cassettes. I never used to buy new cassettes as I considered them a rip off at 10 to 15 pounds a piece. I used to go to Oxfam or other charity shops and get them for 50p each. Anyway I decided to trash a lot of the cassettes which i recorded - I no longer have a cassette option in the car - and am unlikely to play them in the house - so I dumped nearly all of them - but kept the nice looking commercial cassettes. Sad in a way to do it.
So what do you do with your old formats which you are unlikely to play again? Trash them - or hoard them?