|From:||Eruanno the Linguist <eruanno@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, March 1, 2001, 2:47|
Not only do I have DSL and CD-Burner ( With some 40 CDs to burn to ), and 15 GB
left, I also have a webserver on my computer ( for the time being ), at which I
could set up for you to just go to a page and specify the file, which would
then be uploaded to my computer.
Whichever ya'll feel like, I would be glad to do it!
> I have functioning CDRW-drive with lots of unused disks (650 M each). I'd
> be happy to keep a back up of files for a couple people.
> At 2/28/01 12:10 PM -0500, you wrote:
> >The sad story with Dan, and the former case with (Old) Tokana web site,
> >and my own unpleasant experience of same type, reminded me of an idea.
> >Aren't we all on the Net? I guess (nearly) everybody can allot a few MB
> >of disk space for securing others and him/herself from such calamities.
> >So, why not exchange copies of materials which are hard to recover and
> >not especially private? I mean specifically conlang-related stuff.
> >I think I can reserve some 20 MB for that purpose on my poor old
> >Pentium90 that I have at home. Please consider this the official
> >statement of my modest contribution to Safe Conlanging Foundation.
> >And perhaps some members of the list dispose of much more space than
> >I do.
> >My own files which are worth securinf are mostly .txt or Starling .dbf,
> >rarely MS Word-95, hardly 2 MB altogether (I must check it).
> >What do you think, folks?
> Marcus Smith
> "Sit down before fact as a little child,
> be prepared to give up every preconceived notion,
> follow humbly wherever and to whatsoever abysses Nature leads,
> or you shall learn nothing."
> -- Thomas Huxley