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If you’re a Mac user, it’s likely that you’ve come across Time Machine – Apple’s integrated backup program that automates backups of your data to an external hard drive. It’s a very highly praised system that does an excellent job of keeping your files safe – but is it enough?

If, like us, you subscribe to the 3-2-1 approach to backups, then you might want to think about keeping a few extra copies of the files you’re storing with Time Machine. After all, local storage isn’t infallible – an external drive can easily be damaged by a fall or spillage, and if you lose your computer to theft or environmental damage, there’s a good chance that you’ll lose your drive too. So what’s the solution?

An excellent place to start is with online backups. However, while Time Machine runs very well alongside them, trying to backup data directly from your Time Machine storage disk to the Cloud is fraught with difficulty. In the name of convenience, however, a few plucky online backup providers are attempting to make it possible to backup straight from your Time Machine account – so we’ve popped them into a list along with a few Cloud-based services that will complement your local backup perfectly. Keep scrolling for our guide to the 5 best backups for Time Machine users!

If you’re a Mac user, it’s likely that you’ve come across Time Machine – Apple’s integrated backup program that automates backups of your data to an external hard drive. It’s a very highly praised system that does an excellent job of keeping your files safe – but is it enough?

If, like us, you subscribe to the 3-2-1 approach to backups, then you might want to think about keeping a few extra copies of the files you’re storing with Time Machine. After all, local storage isn’t infallible – an external drive can easily be damaged by a fall or spillage, and if you lose your computer to theft or environmental damage, there’s a good chance that you’ll lose your drive too. So what’s the solution?

An excellent place to start is with online backups. However, while Time Machine runs very well alongside them, trying to backup data directly from your Time Machine storage disk to the Cloud is fraught with difficulty. In the name of convenience, however, a few plucky online backup providers are attempting to make it possible to backup straight from your Time Machine account – so we’ve popped them into a list along with a few Cloud-based services that will complement your local backup perfectly. Keep scrolling for our guide to the 5 best backups for Time Machine users!

Dr. Komal Sri-Kumar, the president of macroeconomic consulting firm Sri-Kumar Global Strategies, says that the best thing for the Fed would be to go back in time and raise rates further, sooner. But now he thinks the central bank’s best bet is to hike rates by 0.75%, even though markets won't like it.

H.G. Wells described the Time Sled in his 1895 novel The Time Machine as “a thing of brass, ebony, ivory, and translucent glimmering quartz,” but it wasn’t until the 1960 film version that we really got to see it. What a beauty! Santa would be jealous.

If you’re a Mac user, it’s likely that you’ve come across Time Machine – Apple’s integrated backup program that automates backups of your data to an external hard drive. It’s a very highly praised system that does an excellent job of keeping your files safe – but is it enough?

If, like us, you subscribe to the 3-2-1 approach to backups, then you might want to think about keeping a few extra copies of the files you’re storing with Time Machine. After all, local storage isn’t infallible – an external drive can easily be damaged by a fall or spillage, and if you lose your computer to theft or environmental damage, there’s a good chance that you’ll lose your drive too. So what’s the solution?

An excellent place to start is with online backups. However, while Time Machine runs very well alongside them, trying to backup data directly from your Time Machine storage disk to the Cloud is fraught with difficulty. In the name of convenience, however, a few plucky online backup providers are attempting to make it possible to backup straight from your Time Machine account – so we’ve popped them into a list along with a few Cloud-based services that will complement your local backup perfectly. Keep scrolling for our guide to the 5 best backups for Time Machine users!

Dr. Komal Sri-Kumar, the president of macroeconomic consulting firm Sri-Kumar Global Strategies, says that the best thing for the Fed would be to go back in time and raise rates further, sooner. But now he thinks the central bank’s best bet is to hike rates by 0.75%, even though markets won't like it.

H.G. Wells described the Time Sled in his 1895 novel The Time Machine as “a thing of brass, ebony, ivory, and translucent glimmering quartz,” but it wasn’t until the 1960 film version that we really got to see it. What a beauty! Santa would be jealous.

In the opening clock montage, the hands of Big Ben are shown in an impossible position. The minute hand is on the half hour yet the hour hand is directly over the seven. It should be midway between the seven and eight.

4 October 2017 12:16 AM, +03:00 | bloody-disgusting.com
Amok Time Adds ‘The Time Machine’ Morlock to their “Monstarz” Toy Line

Movies love to time travel. “Time is a flat circle,” said Rust Cohle, talking about the 4th dimension—or something. But in the case of popular media, the weird koan holds true: no matter how society progresses, or to what extent our technology matures, human beings are destined to repeat the same mistakes. Over and over and over again.

Is it possible to travel back through time and fix the wrongs we’ve wrought before—or will we just create more wrongs by messing with something we’re not meant to? With the release of not one, but three time-travel movies within only two months ( Predestination , Project Almanac and Hot Tub Time Machine 2 ), there is no better time (natch) to consider the genre’s formative films. Whether characters spend the whole film traveling to multiple times, or just talking about it, these films give insight into the fascinating facets of being human that drive us to believe in the impossible.

Forget the complex mumbo-jumbo, the faux-hard science—in this romance, all time travel really takes is the right props and the power of self-suggestion! Pretty much overlooked and dismissed when it was released, this film starring Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymour stays focused squarely on the supernatural force of love. It’s lightweight stuff, sure—its lingering cult status alone gets it on the list—but for some, this is an essential entry into the pantheon of time travel films.

If you’re a Mac user, it’s likely that you’ve come across Time Machine – Apple’s integrated backup program that automates backups of your data to an external hard drive. It’s a very highly praised system that does an excellent job of keeping your files safe – but is it enough?

If, like us, you subscribe to the 3-2-1 approach to backups, then you might want to think about keeping a few extra copies of the files you’re storing with Time Machine. After all, local storage isn’t infallible – an external drive can easily be damaged by a fall or spillage, and if you lose your computer to theft or environmental damage, there’s a good chance that you’ll lose your drive too. So what’s the solution?

An excellent place to start is with online backups. However, while Time Machine runs very well alongside them, trying to backup data directly from your Time Machine storage disk to the Cloud is fraught with difficulty. In the name of convenience, however, a few plucky online backup providers are attempting to make it possible to backup straight from your Time Machine account – so we’ve popped them into a list along with a few Cloud-based services that will complement your local backup perfectly. Keep scrolling for our guide to the 5 best backups for Time Machine users!

Dr. Komal Sri-Kumar, the president of macroeconomic consulting firm Sri-Kumar Global Strategies, says that the best thing for the Fed would be to go back in time and raise rates further, sooner. But now he thinks the central bank’s best bet is to hike rates by 0.75%, even though markets won't like it.

H.G. Wells described the Time Sled in his 1895 novel The Time Machine as “a thing of brass, ebony, ivory, and translucent glimmering quartz,” but it wasn’t until the 1960 film version that we really got to see it. What a beauty! Santa would be jealous.

In the opening clock montage, the hands of Big Ben are shown in an impossible position. The minute hand is on the half hour yet the hour hand is directly over the seven. It should be midway between the seven and eight.

4 October 2017 12:16 AM, +03:00 | bloody-disgusting.com
Amok Time Adds ‘The Time Machine’ Morlock to their “Monstarz” Toy Line

If you’re a Mac user, it’s likely that you’ve come across Time Machine – Apple’s integrated backup program that automates backups of your data to an external hard drive. It’s a very highly praised system that does an excellent job of keeping your files safe – but is it enough?

If, like us, you subscribe to the 3-2-1 approach to backups, then you might want to think about keeping a few extra copies of the files you’re storing with Time Machine. After all, local storage isn’t infallible – an external drive can easily be damaged by a fall or spillage, and if you lose your computer to theft or environmental damage, there’s a good chance that you’ll lose your drive too. So what’s the solution?

An excellent place to start is with online backups. However, while Time Machine runs very well alongside them, trying to backup data directly from your Time Machine storage disk to the Cloud is fraught with difficulty. In the name of convenience, however, a few plucky online backup providers are attempting to make it possible to backup straight from your Time Machine account – so we’ve popped them into a list along with a few Cloud-based services that will complement your local backup perfectly. Keep scrolling for our guide to the 5 best backups for Time Machine users!

Dr. Komal Sri-Kumar, the president of macroeconomic consulting firm Sri-Kumar Global Strategies, says that the best thing for the Fed would be to go back in time and raise rates further, sooner. But now he thinks the central bank’s best bet is to hike rates by 0.75%, even though markets won't like it.


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