Author Topic: Web storage  (Read 1554 times)

Offline KarinaB

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Web storage
« on: April 25, 2006, 08:46:20 AM »
I am 5,000 words in to a 50,000 word manuscript. I work on a laptop and send my writing to date by email to my desktop every time I add more. I am becoming paraniod about losing my work through house fire/theft /major computer crash and would like a safe backup. This is my first book with a new publisher and I don't want anything to go wrong. I have a CD writer on my laptop but can't work out how to use it - even if I did it would still be kept in the same house. I've considered emailing documents to my close friends but feel sure that I have read about an internet service that can store data for you. Anyone else know what I am talking about? What do you all use for saving your data?

Offline Lanista

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Re: Web storage
« Reply #1 on: April 25, 2006, 09:05:20 AM »
Get yerself a gmail account. Unlimited storage, which you can organise by label (gmails crap version of folders). Just mail your versions to yourself, and it will all be timed and dated as well