Everyone loses data sooner or later, but preparation can serve as inexpensive insurance.
By Chris Smith
Have you ever noticed how some of the most interesting stuff winds up in your junk email folder?
Emails come in from all over the world and wind up right there in your personal email junk folder. These messages, written usually in variants of English, though I have seen some in Chinese, promise everything from great jobs, where you will have to work only two or three hours a day, to relationships with lonely women who supposedly got your name somewhere, to flawless replica watches, to human growth products designed to make you more appealing in a world where size matters.