It’s official, we’re now boat owners! As of about 5pm today ownership of "Kooshty", a Trintella 29 transfered to us, well, it’s in my name, by she’s ours.
Real back-up is expensive, whether it be media or time. How much you spend on back-up (time or money) should be based on the value of your data, and the cost of the time that the data may be off-line (or the value of that data in some other measure).
When specifying a server for a small company I’ve been told that the price looks expensive. I explain the hardware in the server and it’s cost, and when I get to the back-up device that’s when they choke. No one ever *expects* their hardware to fail, that is a user’s biggest error. On a long enough time-line hardware *always* fails. What I say to the bean counters is this: All of your data, details of everything anyone owes you is gone, you could get no income from any debt that you currently have, and you wouldn’t know that you should how do you recover? *This* back-up device will ensure that that doesn’t happen…. That tends to persuade most people.
- New version of the best OS in the world.
- Simple grafitti
- UK General Election 2015
- Nelson Mandela’s pre-sentencing speech
- How to prepare kiwi, not everyone knows how to do it right.
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- Attainable Adventure Cruising
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- Dear Photograph
- John Vigor's blog
- Keep Turning Left
- Laughing Squid
- The Path Less Pedalled
- World Tour Stories