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I trust the Universe (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#39534163)

If the universe conspires to delete all my data, so be it. I've given the whole issue a good thought, and concluded there's really no data that i personally need to keep at all cost. And yes, i'd had my disk crash 15 years ago, and yes, if it would happen again i'd have no regrets. Still don't believe me? Take as example my old PC. I let it catch dust in a corner because, some day, i should copy my old data, right? 20 months later - all i did was vacuum clean it once. Not copy it's data. It's not important. Neither is the data on this box. Neither is the data on any of my cloud services. Neither am i of significant importance on the scale of the entire universe. Look, it's sunny outside. Now, that is important.

World Backup Day site (1)

pinwale (2485138) | more than 2 years ago | (#39535381)

Might want to link to the World Backup Day site [worldbackupday.com] as well.
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