Fantastic Strategies to Have a Handy Backup of Your Files

July 3, 2018


Do you usually want to carry a handy backup copy of your web site, photographs or tunes collection? Let's face it, many folks wish to have the ability to have a backup copy of their information to be able to show their buddies their latest photographs wherever they maybe. Be it at an internet cafe or the local library, many people wanting they had their files do not since traveling around a large CD-R just is not very handy. Especially now that everything is digitized or processed electronic. When was the last time you shot a picture with film? People who still have a lot of old media are fast transferring them to digital with services like "Scanning Pros" (a slide scanning service).

Luckily for us, the past few years have caused an outburst in handy little methods to permit you to always be able to bring a back-up of your data files.

To start are the little flash storage sticks which are being produced by literally every computer enterprise on the face of the earth. Most are small compared to a pack of Wrigley's chewing gum, but have the capacity to store tons of data. Handy flash memory based keychains starting at around fifteen dollars tend to be perfect storage mediums for back-up files. Starting at around fifteen dollars, an individual can go out and buy a 128 megabyte memory keychain. Connect it into your PC's USB port and boom; comfortable access to your files.

As the memory keychains use the USB dock for their power, users need not worry about carrying a power pack, or changing batteries. The tiny flash memory units are incredibly convenient because you can literally carry your backup files anywhere you go. If you're saying to yourself that 128 megabytes is just too little for the backup file, then continue to read on.

The handy scale of the keychains allow users access to gigabytes of space for their backup files.

Within the dimensions of a pack of chewing gum, flash memory keychains exist that have the ability to store gigabytes of data. Not just megabytes, but gigabytes. Although one GB units begin at fifty dollars, they're incredibly practical when compared to large CD-R discs.

Business card sized CD-Rs are still another practical media for carrying backup copies of your records. If you're against the whole flash media brigade for whatever reason, and wish to stick with traditional CD-Rs, then business card CD-Rs are to suit your needs.

Business card CD-Rs are practical little CDs which are kept in a small case the size of a business card. While they may be easily kept in a wallet, they have a limit of around 50 megabytes for the backup documents.

Furthermore, users utilizing the handy sized CD-R discs for their backup needs must also be very wary of using the media in their CD drives. Lots of CD burners, along with normal CD-ROM units do not support the disc. Always check the manual of your CD-ROM drive to find out if this supports business card sized CDs, otherwise you may lose your disc in the unit.

While business card CD-Rs ever look cool, they just are not as convenient as flash based memory keychains. Although keychains cost more, they're more durable, possess far more space for the backup requirements, and are supported in a lot more computer systems than the card CD-R alternatives.


  • powderedtoastmanzack July 3, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    Only thing worse than this, would be the poop flying around the cockpit from me shitting my pants.

  • HotRodRay July 3, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    There are some semi accurate comments. A C150 when in a flaps up straight ahead power off stall loses about 500 feet per minute with an indicated airspeed in the 40s. A spin is a rotating stall. Either straight or spinning you better keep full up elevator. In a spin if you relax back pressure you are so nose down you'll have red line airspeed really quick. To stop a spin safely you stop the rotation with full opposite rudder while holding full up elevator. Level the wings with rudder THEN release a little back pressure just enough to break the stall.. then adding power. Just a normal recovery then. Done correctly airspeed will not exceed 70. Often less with practice. Remember you're in a 40 kt indicated stall and do a normal recovery.
    I've got 4,000 hrs and MANY spins in C150, and others. BTW. After that 3rd spin she goes around 540* per second.

  • Ralph W July 3, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    When I learned to fly, the full spin was part of the curriculum, and I really enjoyed them. In response to another comment, the airspeed doesn't increase. If it does then you have developed a spiral dive.

  • MotoMech July 3, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    About to start my PPL training…I actually can't wait to try this πŸ™‚

  • Chris R July 3, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    I think I pooped a little…

  • Naz Salahova July 3, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    This is so cool:))

  • Darius The Persian July 3, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    Now, I strongly suspect I am going to be widely disbelieved here, but the very first time I did a spin (with an instructor, of course), it was 22 turns. And, yes, the engine did stop. So I started it again.

  • Jason Davey July 3, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    You can do as many spins as you want, because the aircraft is in a stalled state, the induced drag stops it from accelerating any further. Only when you kick opposite rudder and the aircraft is unstalled does it start gaining airspeed rapidly. As long as you recover by 2000ft or so for safety, you're good. Just don't pull up too hard or you could make your planes wings do a final applause πŸ™

  • Csaba Mihaly July 3, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    Wow, wow, wow!

  • HotRodRay July 3, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    Spins are a low stress manouver for the airplane. In a C150 you are stalled and losing 500 fpm. Breaking the stall/spin is when people overcorrect dropping the nose too much resulting in overspeed/overstress, the airplane dropping 1500+ fpm with the nose 75* down. Stop the spin, break the stall, and make a normal stall recovery.

  • Hayden H July 3, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    Power idle, ailerons neutral, full rudder opposite the direction of spin, elevator down to break the stall, recover smoothly from dive.

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  • SuperSnallygaster July 3, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    The Cheesecake Ninja rocks hard!

  • Stephen Black July 3, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    Is Spin recovery a standard part of pilot training? If so it seems that every thing i learn contains something scary

  • Benjamin Rapp July 3, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    These are a blast to do! My wife doesn't share my same enthusiasm. Showing her just a video and her asshole puckers up so tight that you couldn't pull a sewing needle out of it with a tractor.

  • Bill Welter July 3, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    Well done! I got training today on Spin Recovery, was just like that. Pretty scary onboard, but I highly recommend this training for any pilot, especially a new pilot. Could save your life one day. I'm surprised that they did that in a 152, didn't think it was rated for spins

  • Ze _Jeff July 3, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    I wonder if a boeing 747 or a big passanger plane of the like could get into a flat spin if it was flown on manual?

  • cyclonedrums July 3, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    Holy Shit

  • Benjamin Ashton July 3, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    This was my most favourite to executive, until medical grounded me. Then I became an AME M2, then got laid off. No more aviation for this guy!

  • Sam Mason July 3, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    I done this in a tutor 🀩

  • Dustin DeRolph July 3, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    love this song

  • tzwarlock July 3, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    After the multiple spins like that, it must have came close to or exceeded VNE of the C152.

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