« on: May 01, 2006, 07:29:51 AM »
I just posted this on a schools board, but I think it's important. For anyone who is starting law school, or does not have one. Buy an external hard drive if you store outlines and notes on a laptop. I just remember this temple law student who came into the shop i work at as a tech during undergrad extremly upset because finals were in 2 weeks and she lost all of her data. If you lose your laptop, have it stolen or it just craps out on you, you're screwed. So I am just suggesting people who rely on their comps to buy USB hard drives, they don't have to be real big. 10gbs will do and learn how to back up their files on about a weekly basis.. Hopefully you'll never need it, but it could be the difference between a good and a poor semester.