Shakespeare in DNA
DNA turns out to have excellent storage properties. When stored dry, it can be stable for hundreds of years. Multiple copies take up little space, so even where errors may occur, they will be dwarfed by the “good” copies.
Perhaps the best advantage of DNA is that it never goes obsolete–there will always be DNA in us, and we’ll always need to read it. So, one way or another, there will always be DNA readers and copiers.
Make way for DNA storage.