In Linux, I was using a CD burning program known as K3B. I was burning music onto a CD in DATA format, so I could fit about 120 songs onto it. (My cd player in my car supports DATA format, so that's why I use it). After using K3B and setting up my playlist, I began to realize something was wrong with my playlist. What I did was moved what songs were in my playlist to an empty folder on my desktop. Then, later, I deleted the folder without thinking. I had plans to alter my playlist, then bring the files from the desktop back. But I kinda... forgot... No big deal, I only lost about 50 songs of the 4,800 I have downloaded. I had a list of all the songs on the playlist that I typed up so I knew which ones I was missing. Then! It hit me! Last week I set up an rsync script in Linux, which basically allows me to type in a simple command in terminal (similar to "run" in Windows) and my second drive would copy everything in my "home" folder from the first drive. My home folder contains everything worth a shit... pictures, music, music videos, homemade porn, awesome drag race videos of my super fast Hyundai Elantra, etc. Thirty seconds later I had my 50 songs back. GRANTED, 50 songs is such a petty thing, but I just want to reiterate the importance of backing up information because this COULD of been easily 5,000 songs or 5,000 pictures instead of just 50 songs. And pictures especially I would of been upset if I lost any. BACK YOUR SHIT UP! BURN IT! COPY IT! BACK IT UP!