Obsolete technology such as punch cards, control panels, and polarized ferrite once functioned as computer memory storage. Now their images serve metaphorically in remembrance of the life and passing of Andrew Maniotes’ father, John, a computer science educator. The combination of digital imaging and screen printing presents a mixture of old and new technologies. Core was an early form of random-access computer memory composed of magnetic ferrite and wire. Punch cards were an early digital recording medium made of paper with holes to input data. The death of the elder Maniotes prompted an examination the near forgotten beauty and design of computer technology via digital imagery and screen printing. The prints were juxtaposed with the memory of John's life via family photographs. These family images were mounted to vintage punch cards colored black to signify death. Cards and imagery were back lit to show the transference of memory and celebrate life.