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Where do you save your personal files
This poll is closed.
Rawdogging my home directory 12 8.39%
Documents/ 12 8.39%
dropbox 6 4.20%
icloud 9 6.29%
onedrive 6 4.20%
s3 bucket 5 3.50%
email to myself 9 6.29%
yeeted via rsync to an old optiplex in the basement 6 4.20%
sd card 6 4.20%
printed out 10 6.99%
github 7 4.90%
a backup on the vm itself 6 4.20%
rapidshare 4 2.80%
google drive 8 5.59%
box 4 2.80%
egnyte 3 2.10%
sharefile 4 2.80%
spideroak 3 2.10%
megaupload 6 4.20%
printed out 11 7.69%
uploaded to web server to send link to rms's demon to email it to him 6 4.20%
Total: 31 votes
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echinopsis
Apr 13, 2004


I tried this on my pc and I really wanted to like it but it just failed to work and there was no obvious solution. like it failed scanning the drive in the first place or something

because I really need a backup lol

whatís the best thing for backing up my photos? I donít necessarily need speed but I do need some decent space

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echinopsis
Apr 13, 2004

will your NAS survive a structure fire

echinopsis
Apr 13, 2004

qirex posted:

number 1 protip for maintaining your photo library is to delete the non-good pictures so it stays a manageable size

lol


ironically, Iíve spent time going thru photo sets that were good and trimming them, but sets that were average or just random, I havenít put the time and donít have the inclination, so they end up taking up far more space

unfortunately and realistically overall I donít have the motivation to trim out the non good ones (99% of my photos), so I am just trying to find a way to mirror all of them. far less effort and much more in tune with my life ethos

echinopsis
Apr 13, 2004

mine is extremely inconsistent


echinopsis
Apr 13, 2004

x tree gold

echinopsis
Apr 13, 2004

apparently adobe uses photos of you Bloody that are stored on the cloud and uses them to train an AI model called Adobe Clown

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echinopsis
Apr 13, 2004

Achmed Jones posted:

postimages.org

yep

word on the street is that us doesnít auto strip exif data so idk.. keep that in mind

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