Originally posted by gerekmez
My point is: you cannot burn your cdrw forever!
No, if followed all the necessary precautions, CD-RW has a lifetime of appoximately 30 years.
CD-RW from Fujifilm ( FUJI CDRW MEDIA 5PK 4X 650MB 74MIN - those I have here ) incorporates a rare earth metal alloy - Ag-In-Sb-Te - featuring a unique phase-change property that allows data to be written to disc again and again. Thanks to improved sensitivity in recording and erasure, rewritability is enhanced, allowing up to one thousand write/rewrite cycles.
Fujifilm CD-RW, with its unique, high-sensitivity phase-change recording layer, boasts a wide power margin to assure broad drive read compatibility, including multi-read CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, DVD-R and DVD-RAM drives. Fujifilm CD-RW discs have superior longevity, offering over a million read passes without data degradation. And for archiving they are one of the most reliable formats available.