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RE: web site organization


From: Kimberly Herbert (kherbert_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Aug 06 2002 - 04:03:00 PDT

I've used backflip for quite a while, never received an e-mail from
them. Also I don't get much spam anyway Knock on wood - even though I've
been on line for years.

As far as files on the school computers - they don't belong to you. Many
schools reimage or ghost machines over the summer to get rid of all the
stuff people download and alterations they make to the machine. We are
told repeatedly to not save files to the computer but to the H drive
(translation to the server). Advantages they don't go away when the
machine is re-imaged, kids can't get to them as easily (password
protected), and you can access them from anywhere in the system. I still
don't trust our servers and do most of my stuff on my laptop, since I
have it at school I can save something to disk and then print it from my
school computer.

Kimberly Herbert

-----Original Message-----
From: Marvin Bartel []
Sent: Monday, August 05, 2002 8:41 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Re: web site organization

At 10:28 PM 8/5/02 -0400, you wrote:
>I use to record all the web sites that I use. I have
>folders and sub folders with artists, etc.. I like this site because I
>can access this site from anywhere. I had hundreds of sites bookmarked
>on my school computer and over the summer "they" re-imaged and I lost
>everything. So now I use backflip.
> Jeryl
Wow, why would anybody deliberately delete files without warning the
        I looked at the site and they have some creative
services. I
would hesitate to use them for fear of getting more e-mail spam. Others
may feel okay about getting the cookies and messages from them and
        So, what to do to keep computer files safe? Maybe others have
other low
cost ideas. I do an occassional backup of all my stuff on a
KanguruPortable hard disk with a USB cord that plugs into any recent Mac
Windows system. It is small enough to carry home, to the office, or any
place there is a computer, etc. The cost of the 40 GB disk with USB
connector is about $200. Zip drives are cheaper for those who do not
much disk space.