As the terabyte gradually drops to the magical $100 by the end of the year, there's little room for excuses to not have a backup plan in case your machine decides to suddenly go *kablow* (believe me, two of our editors just had our computers die these past few weeks), causing you to lose all of your work, pictures, and music with one sweeping blow. How about it readers? What's the best backup plan out there? Or do you run about your daily lives not worrying about these frivolous things?
With the slew of options available of your disposal - from free online storage to portable pocket sized options - it's hard to choose just one. Heck, I say have multiple systems synchronized together and you'll never have to worry about another day since your files would safely be stored in at least one location.