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26 April 2008

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Fred Tung

Thanks, Bill! I have been putting off buying a backup because of the several hours I'd spend on product research. I'd be reading Consumer Reports and product reviews well past the point of usefulness. With your product endorsement, now I can just point and click! Hope all's well.

Corey

Get two, I used to work as an engineer for a hard drive company, and they have higher failure rates than you might expect. Your faculty account disk space has all the best backup that the IT Dept. can provide, but if you are going to do it yourself, keep an eye out for single points of failure.

Bill Henderson

It is portable. Approximately 7"x5"x1" with an AC cord for power and a USB cord to plug into a PC. bh.

Bill Ford

Bill,

Is this a portable hard drive or a sit-on-your -desk hard drive?

-Bill

polzoo

Hi there,

I read your blog and think you're a good writer. I'd like to invite you to join our new online community at polzoo.com. We are a user generated political editorial and social network. You can write blogs, participate in forums, build a profile and link up with other members.

We also choose from amongst our own writers to feature on the front page. You can also advertise your blog on our blogroll and exchange links. I think your voice would be a great addition to our site.

Michael Risch

They should send you one free for the endorsement!

For that price, I'd buy two and keep one as a backup.

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