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On Libervis.com we explore the good uses of technology, those that put technology in the service of individual liberty, personal empowerment, betterment of society as a whole, and building a better future. We provide key resources that can help you use technology to advance these purposes, and we discuss the implications that technological trends, meshing with social trends, have for these values.

Almost every negative has a silver lining, and almost everything positive probably has some imperfection to it. Most things are somewhere in the middle, understood as generally bad or generally good, but with a significant flip side.


If you're shopping for cloud storage services on the Internet and don't know where to turn to for help, you're in the right place. In this article, we're going to be taking a look at 5 of the very best cloud storage / backup services on the Internet. Through reading this article, you'll get an inside look at each of the cloud storage providers we're listing and what they have to offer.

Dropbox


In an era of all encompassing surveillance by governments, and a constant threat to user privacy, the subject of computer monitoring may actually be a little controversial. What it refers to in this case, however, is monitoring the activities of a computer user within a private setting. It typically means one of two things. First involves parents monitoring the activities of their children for the purpose of protecting them from materials that may be harmful to their development.


In an era of terabyte storage we tend to pile up gigabytes of data on our hard drives for months and even years on end while failing to think about the possibility of losing the data. Just about everyone knows keeping backups is important, but this is one of those things that easily slips the mind in the midst of a busy life. If nothing happens for a long time we might get lazy, comfortable and.. unprepared.


In the age of rapid advancement of technology it is no wonder that the rate of obsolescence of our computers, gadgets, and electronics in general increases. So what do we do when it's time to let go of the old, and embrace the new? Some of us may sell the old computer at a relatively low price, others may just throw it away. The latter would be a very bad idea, and is actually the worst thing you can do. It doesn't even make much sense.