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  1. I realize that the documents are also on my desktop but if I'm a victim of Sandy, then I don't have electricity. And, depending where Evernote is located, they my not have electricity either. So the paperless thing assumes we will always have electricity.
  2. Even living on the west coast and viewing the devastation in the northeast, I have been very impressed about being ready for any disaster or emergency. That was a significant storm! But I was thinking about how accessible any personal data I may have in Evernote will be if they have a power failure. I've been thinking about going paperless but realizing that I can only go so far. If I lose connection to the internet or evernote has a power failure, my access to needed documents is not there. The data may be secure but without power we have no access to it. Any thoughts or comments?
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