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When I opted to upgrade my trusty laptop many months back, I had a 60
gig hard drive left at loose ends. A quick order off the internet
provided a convenient case and USB cable. Poof! Instant portable storage.
Just thinking out loud... Rick :)
Nancy Allison wrote:
> Hey all.
> I used to have an account with a Grandaddy Of Them All internet provider
> here in the Boston area. They were great, except that periodically they
> might possibly wipe out one or two of your directories, if they needed
> the space.
> Has Google sworn an oath of blood never, ever to do that?
> Just wonderin'.
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