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Thursday, February 12, 2009

Loosing data hurts...

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This story and nice appology prompted some thoughts on data loss. Last week I was installing Google Lattitude on my Nokia N95 8GB when something went horribly wrong. The phone completely died. It does not start, just sits with a turned on screen.

Now who should I blame; Google, Nokia, myself for installing new SW. Who should pay for fixing it, there is no warranty and most importantly what happens with the really nice pictures I took last week of my daughter.

I am quite sad, I tried to do a soft booth and a hard reset, nothing helped.

 know I am sitting on a timebomb with my digital Life stored in Lifeblog, which is now obsolete, some transferred into iPhoto and some exported into raw 'negatives', but very little stored on-line. I just cannot decide where to take my 20000 digital pictures. Who can I trust!

At what point will we see the multimedia banking industry emerge where you pay for not loosing the data. I guess I need to loose more data to fork up more Money. I already pay for MobileMe and have 3 back ups on hard disks, but I still know I am F****ed eventually...

If you have ideas on the N95, let me know, I really want some of the pictures out of it!


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Comments

The pictures you took last week of your daughter might have been stored on the SD memory card. If so, you could eject the card to get access to the data.

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