Backups: Don’t Forget Your Blog!

The 1st of the month is BACKUP DAY. That’s what we get taught.

Backup all your genealogy files. Back up all of your photos and scans. And anything else that you wish to backup as well.

But how many of you remember (or even thing to) backup your blog?

A Reality Check

Have you ever been in a situation that makes you really, and I mean REALLY, REALLY, REALLY think about things? Well this happened to me last week, and made me realise a lot of things.

Firstly let me explain a few things. I live in the Adelaide Hills. I have for most of my life (I say ‘most’ as there was a short stint of metro living at one stage), and living in the hills brings with it the danger of bushfires. I was in primary school when when one of Australia’s worst bushfires ‘Ash Wednesday‘ hit, and I still have very vivid memories of that. Anyone who has been through a disaster (fire, flood, earthquake etc) will agree, that it is something you NEVER forget.

Family History Through the Alphabet Challenge: D is for Dropbox

The “Family History Through the Alphabet Challenge” continues, and D had me wondering just what to write about. Descendants? Diaries? my Desk? Each of them I’m sure is worthy of a post, but for D I have chosen to write about Dropbox.

D is for Dropbox

I know Dropbox has a lot of users (or should I say devotees) already, but some of you may not know about it, so I’ll tell you a little about it. Though I am really a newbie, I’m a total convert to Dropbox, and I wanted to share it with you.