Discussion in 'Swing Discussion Boards' started by pygmalion, Dec 6, 2003.
2000, still working on building it back up.
I know of one guy who regularly backed up his thesis and data not only to tape (it was a while ago), but to a file server in, I think it was Spain. Nothing short of an asteroid strike or really coordinated gremlins was going to take out both.
I happen to think that's overkill, but.......
Is it all materials that lend themselves to being backed up? I know, for instance, that some of my interviews and observations could not be replicated if, G-d forbid, I was to lose them. Sure, I can ask someone about a given event/result at any opoint, but that's different then asking them about a major/significant result less then 24 hours after it happens. I'm hoping that you don't have the same type of problem although having to back track is still fairly painful... :?
Worse than you can imagine... clips of my progression through lindy hop, privates with my mentors, personal archives.
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