Monday, February 26, 2007


4 Different Blog Posts on "your data"

Here are some interesting stories in the news today. upgrading blog version without losing old content using gmail for some backups youTube & google "crash"
saas content safety

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Wednesday, February 21, 2007


bandwagon and bloggingstocks

Some interesting posts for the day:

From, here is an article on backup. It talks about how we should perform backups, different ways to do backups, and some options to pick from. Specifically they address the issue of "essentially trusting your data to someone else".

Here is an interesting new service - bandwagon ( - which provides online iTunes backup. They are suppose to launch tomorrow.

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Friday, February 16, 2007


Look-no hands

I think it is great that people are beginning to understand the importance of backing up their content. There are new posts almost daily with the "work-arounds" users have figured out.

Here are another 2 entries in the "thanks, but do I have to?" blog back up methods category:

The point is that these are work-arounds developed by people who understand how all the pieces fit together.
But-blogging has gotten simple enough for everyday users like me to join in, and I don't understand most of what is happening in the background. I don't want to. That's what this Web-as-platform, social-networking, join-the-community explosion is all about.

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Monday, February 12, 2007


Hackers go Global

Check out this latest news story about hackers attempting to get in to computers and your stuff EVERY 39 SECONDS.

Hackers managed to briefly overwhelmed at least three of the 13 computers that help manage global computer traffic Tuesday February 8, 2007.


Whose Content is it?

The number of stories about the need to back up your blogs is almost overwheming at this moment.
The link below gets into interesting territory. The issue of who controls your postings and content is really highlighted.

The search for backup solutions is heating up.


Friday, February 9, 2007


Control Your Content

Hi, my name is Alison. I joined the Techrigy team this week. will be in private beta by the end of next week and the caffiene is flowing. If you want to add your name to our list of testers send an email to

Blog are not immune to the evils that come at us over the web. We download security updates, scan our emails, protect our PCs and back up our data. Our web based content is more vunerable-making stories like the one below inevitable.

Bloggers get Hacked is a catchy headline. It’s a short piece about being “under attack”, and how personal it feels. Starting up a blog is essentially joining a community, and we want to feel secure within that community. Feeling secure requires that we have control of ourselves and our “stuff” and this little piece highlights the importance of that control.

BlogBackupOnline allows you to take control of your blogs. Back up your remote data to our secure data center. Export it, restore it, receive it on DVD-it's under your control.

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