So far, so good. In five years of MRIN filing I’ve never needed a backup of my MRINs.
But, what I have done occasionally is swap numbers around and lose track of where else the MRINs exist in my database. … [continued]
Finding the ancestors is a challenge right now but I’m making progress.
Anyone who doesn’t have a Windows Live Photo Gallery disaster on their hands is probably saying, “Whew, glad it wasn’t me.” Or if you don’t use Vista or Windows 7, you might be saying, “Whew, nothing to do with me, Next!”
For the few of us left, and for the future … … [continued]
Today, my second Western Digital WD Elements 640 GB Portable External Hard Drive arrived in the mail from Amazon. It’s presently in the midst of receiving my 200 GB of personal files.
Here’s an actual Fort Knox backup plan. I thought I already had one. Surprise! … [continued]
You’ve now heard about how Windows Live Photo Gallery applied false GPS co-ordinates to 10,000 of my photographs. Then you heard about how WLPG also damaged the EXIF on those photos.
Now for some better news. … [continued]
Moving on to lighter matters. Preservation of your digital files.
If you think because your files are backed up to extra hard-drives and disks you’re good to go for the next hundred years, or even five, think again. … [continued]