You mean like "Self Storage"?

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  1. jake Silver badge

    You mean like "Self Storage"?

    Sorry. Do not want.

    If I don't personally have the space for it today, I don't need it ... This goes for every company I've ever worked for or consulted for, too.

    Paying someone else to store your shit is ... well, not to put to fine a point in it, paying someone else to store shit.

    Me, I compost it. Breaking it down to basics saves time & trouble over the long haul ... and usually returns useful results.

  2. Chris Mellor 1

    Could you give me an example. For me I prefer to store data/information in the form I het it it. That's fast and convenient and the stuff is easier to find. What's not to like?

    Chris.

  3. Federica Monsone

    Too cheap for regrets

    Given the low (and dropping) cost of having a third-party store your data I would much rather pay and keep everything I might ever want to look back at, than delete it only to regret it because I chose not to spend a few dollars/pounds/euros. Especially since with all the regulations flying around who is truly sure of what must and mustn't be kept? Would you not rather keep everything and know that no matter what data you need to retrieve, you can?

  4. jake Silver badge

    Re: Too cheap for regrets

    I have everything I have ever created at my fingertips. For more, see:

    http://forums.theregister.co.uk/post/1085680

    http://forums.theregister.co.uk/post/625870

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