Aug
8

… had to switch to my back-up computer when my primary died.

It’s important to back up your data – if you’re not, shame on you and I recommend Carbonite. But that’s only fuel. You still need an engine (i.e. a working computer) to be in business.

For a few hundred dollars, you can pick up a desktop machine “just in case.”

Then, if your primary computer is ever lost, stolen, sick or being used by your 14-year-old son Jonathan to upload a video of himself, you won’t miss a beat.

2 thoughts on “had to switch to my back-up computer when my primary died.

  1. Edgar Valdmanis

    You don´t need to backup your computer anymore. If it breaks down you just call the NSA and ask them to send over their latest dump, it´s all there 🙂

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    1. michael Post author

      Ba-dum! Careful Edgar, one phone call and the drones will be headed in your direction….

      Reply

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