Along with that azz, include the data
I heard a harrowing story last night of a young man who lost 38 weeks of photos and video from a cross-country road trip because his car was broken into in Fargo, North Dakota. All his data was on his computer, backed up to thumb drives that were also in his car (and also stolen).
Can you feel that pain? He was making a film .
I think there are two lessons here. First, don't go to Fargo. Second, while you are busy backing that azz up, include your data in that backup.
When I get the dough, I'm going to use File Transporter. For now, I backup on external drives that I store off-site and Dropbox.
Sidebar: I really love this excerpt from the Wikipedia article about "Back that Thang Up", the non-explicit version of "Back that Azz Up":
"The song, an explicit exploration of the same themes as Sir Mix-a-Lot's "Baby Got Back..."And, for your Thursday pleasure (and because this is how my brain works): an extremely white version of "Baby Got Back":