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Apr 10, 2015
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  2. VitalyT

    VitalyT Russ-Puss Posts: 3,114   +1,379

    I probably would speak not for many people, but I hate attachments to digital junk, it's no better than a trash trailer some people would keep "just in case".

    I have a mate who would take 1-2 thousand pictures on each of his monthly trips, and try to stash them on some cloud server, which in my book fits into the definition of a digital junkie.

    So, when I read something like "Back up your entire digital life", I'm ready to puke, at the thought of people who think their digital crap is worth more than just $hit.
  3. Adhmuz

    Adhmuz TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,620   +504

    Impossible. I have a monthly cap limiting how much I could upload each month, without exceeding my monthly cap and ONLY using my bandwidth to upload to this one place would take, oh, roughly 70 months... And that's not including my Pron... So honestly what purpose would this serve me, even if I had unlimited bandwidth it would still take 130 days of constant uploading to get everything I have on to their servers.

    Way to go VitalyT, you sure know how to put value on peoples personal photos, which you know have personal ties to the individual taking them. But that's not with $hit to you now is it...
  4. agb81

    agb81 TS Booster Posts: 77   +38

    You certainly have a point with that, hoarding stuff is not good, be it physically or digitally.

    200 pictures are memories, 2 thousand might be way too much. I've found myself bringing home 500 or more pictures of a trip only to be spending one or two hours selecting the worthy ones to keep.

    Well, that's you. I do have my fair share of printed photos, but still like to keep my vault of family memories on digital format. Just because I don't have them on paper doesn't mean they aren't worth a damn.

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