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Monday, July 26, 2004


As I said earlier, I've been working on making CD backups of my files before they all get corrupted. I have now done so and discovered, to my dismay, that it takes six 80-minute CDs to hold all of my files. Personally, I blame it on all those pictures of Bea Arthur that I downloaded. Amazingly, this total doesn't include those files I was storing on my system for a friend (she lacks the ability to backup her own files, so I've been letting her borrow some hard-drive space) which sucked up another three CDs or so. Not to mention that I had to dispense with the common Joliet CD file format in favor of the less-used UDF format just to be able to keep the file paths more or less the same. Hey, when you've got as many files as I do, you need a hella good organizational system, aiight? Bloody hell.

So far the best suggestions I'm getting are all still arguing for a hard-drive malfunction. To be honest, though, I'm just a tad suspicious of that diagnosis at this point.


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