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I'm also happy to endorse CrashPlan sans any sort of financial incentive for me. I've been using the CrashPlan+ Family Unlimited plan ($6/month for 10 computers; no individual file size or total backup size limits) for about 2.5 years now. They now back up well over a terabyte of my data. The software automatically runs and updates itself in the background, so you can easily set it up on a family member's computer over the holidays and not worry about things going wrong while you're away.
 
BACK UP NOW, YO!

Okay, no funny business or contest entry or referral bonus or anything with this:  I've used www.crashplan.com  for years and really like it and they're having a big sale right now.  

GET YOUR DARN COMPUTER PHOTOS AND MUSIC AND EVERYTHING BACKED UP!

Many of you are in the middle of a long weekend.  You just took some family pictures.  You've got some free time.

Frankly, I DON'T CARE HOW YOU BACKUP.  Google Drive offers a lot of data at good prices and, as you can imagine, is pretty darn secure.  I've heard reasonably good things about Microsoft SkyDrive and Mozy and Carbonite, too.  Personally, I'd suggest automated online backups over anything else, but if you're really disciplined, knock yourself out, do a combination of backups :).

Just, for goodness sake, back up.  Friends, famous journalists, many others have lost all their files recently (from hacks, from dead hard drives, etc.). 

Don't put it off.  Start backing up.  Believe me, you'll be THANKFUL beyond belief ;).
CrashPlan backup software offers the best way to back up and store personal, business and enterprise data securely - offsite, onsite and online in the Cloud.
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Thanks for the pointer (and endorsement). I just signed up myself.
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