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Carbonite Online Backup

Many of you who read this blog are mothers.  And fellow bloggers.  And crafters.  At least that's what I imagine.  You're just like me, right?  If so, your computer is a beloved part of your family.  My entire life is on my computer -- precious photos of my children, digital designs I've created, recipes, things I've written for church, business documents that I'll need come tax time.  Thousands of important files that would be devastating to lose.  This computer is like my own personal assistant.  It takes care of things for me that I don't want to deal with at the moment.  I'm always asking it to hold my things for me -- "Hey computer, can you take these pictures off my camera for me?  Thanks.  You're a gem."   "Computer, my love, will you pretty please store these scanned images of my children's artwork until I get around to making that coffee table book I've been planning."  "Dearest, darlingest computer, won't you please keep my place for me in this recipe book I'm composing?"  I talk nicely to it because I love it.  And I worry that one day it's going to revolt and walk off the job with all my stuff and refuse to give it back.

Do you worry about it like I do?!  I haven't always, but lately this here computer has been acting all funky.  It's past it's prime.  I require too much of it.  It all the time is telling me it can't handle the load -- little pop-up messages that say, "Hey, I'm struggling to keep up with you!  Can you at least empty the recycle bin?!"  That is more of a paraphrase than a direct quote, really.  I worry every single time I boot this bad boy up that it'll be the last time.  My most tender feelings toward this old machine won't keep it from giving out one of these days, after too many years of fighting the good fight.  I need some help with computer backup!!

You can imagine my relief at finding out about Carbonite ,right?  Unlike occasionally backing all your files up manually and having to store CD's somewhere and try not to lose them, Carbonite unlimited online backup works automatically and continually in the background backing up files whenever your computer is connected to the internet.  It takes the worry out of backup by securely and automatically backing up the files on your PC or Mac to one of Carbonite’s fancy schmancy, highly secure, state-of-the-art data centers. How cool is that?!  Also, once your files are backed up by Carbonite, you can access them anytime, anywhere, from virtually any Internet connected device or Smartphone with their free mobile apps. Crazy cool, huh?

Since it's start in 2005, Carbonite has safely recovered over 7 billion files that otherwise might have been lost forever! It’s easy, fast, and hassle-free to get your backed up files back.  7 BILLION, folks.  That's a lot of saved files.  It's pretty affordable, too.  Unlimited backup for your PC or Mac, with anytime-anywhere-access is only $59 a year. Not that I'm trying to show off my math skills or anything, but that's less than $5 a month.  They'll even let you try it free for 15 days, no credit card required, and then give you two free months if you decide to buy when you use the code BLOGAD.  It's a sweet deal, if ever I saw one.  It may be just about time to hire this trusty old computer an assistant . . .  I'll see you all on over at the Carbonite site!  I'm going right now to check it out.
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