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as external hard drives come cheaper and lighter and of bigger capacity as the time goes by and allegedly drop proof (like Transcend's) it's almost obligation today to back up all our files. I even did not have the heart to delete old scanning files of books (made by Finereader), despite their size (2-3 GB average for book and 9-10 GB if I scan coffee table books).
by FarEasterner on Sat Jun 19th, 2010 at 09:53:59 AM EST
It is just sad the number of hard drives that I have, and all totally without organization. But, my main computer has everything from way back to forever. I bet if I looked that I would find a 20 year old copy of Photoshop.

Well, I'm glad to report that I am wrong. I must have gotten rid of it as upgrades came along, and then killed the last one that wouldn't work on an Intel device or something. Or maybe I remember feeling guilty about having a copy that was no longer my own...and I needed space, and since I really never use it anymore...

Anyway, this whole adventure of keeping up with files would make the worst time/motion study.

Never underestimate their intelligence, always underestimate their knowledge.

Frank Delaney ~ Ireland

by siegestate (siegestate or beyondwarispeace.com) on Sat Jun 19th, 2010 at 02:40:31 PM EST
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