On Mon, Jun 30, 2008 at 2:15 PM, DAve <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > Steve Franks wrote: >> >> So call me a sociopath, but times are a bit scary. I'd like to do the >> 2000's equivalent of the 1960's bomb shelter, and have my very own >> snapshot in case of major local/regional internet disruption, etc. >> >> What would be the best way to go about this. I see with <1T words, it >> appears doable on current technology. Maybe they should offer a >> snapshot on DVDs or disk as a fundraiser? I'd drop $300 for some sort >> of officially licenced copy, I suspect there are other freaks that >> would too... > > When the world gets that bad, Wikipedia is the least of my concerns, > slightly ahead of who is winning American Idol. If it comes to the point the > internet goes down for a long period of time, that $300 is better spent on a > garden. > > Just my thoughts. > > DAve
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