Just found this slick new Facebook app from the makers of Flip Video Cameras, which enables you to upgrade from the standard photo avatar to a video avatar for your Facebook profile.
Trouble lurks during the length of every computer's operating life. And I've endured more than a few doomsday scenarios when it comes to computers. To thwart the throat-wrenching latch that a imperiled computer hard drive crash might have on my operation, I have used virtually every means of backup one can imagine. I've backed up to web server (still do), DVD backup, CD backup, floppy disk backup (oldschool), zip drive backup, cassette tape backup (ancient), thumb drive, removable drive and on it goes. Perhaps the greatest, though, is offsite backup, as it work regardless of what calamity goes down at the office. Furthermore, the new file sharing capabilities of these online backup services is incredible from a social media perspective as well as from a satellite working perspective for your business sub-contractors and work from home employees. Here's a quick list of some local onsite and offsite online backup options. Contribute to the list as you see fit.