And as soon as your net is down, you have... nothing.
I hope Google stays in business and can continue to adequately support everything this guy needs to do.
But then, I'm a luddite, and a former sysadmin. I maintain my own stuff, I don't trust a large company to do it, and I back up my own data. ;)
yes, i definitely have to trust google's ability to non FSU. i can't think of a time when i haven't had nearby internet access in the past several years, but i can think of many instances when i needed files from my home machines and wished they were online for easy remote access. i also know my own discipline with backups has failed me much more often than an online service such as those from the article. it's a judgement we would need to make individually and according to our own needs/capabilities.
the baby in your icon is saying "lesbian" in sign language.
oh, and why does everyone use firefox? ugh. i recommend IE for losers who visit sites they know and are not complete dingleberries. also, i like OperaTor.