Cover Your Ass(ets), Part 1: Structuring Author Files (and Folders)
The following first entry in a new article series at N.D. Author Services might be of some interest to our readers. Not just those who are writers or aspire to be so, but also those involved in any creative endeavors using computer documents and other files.
Whether you are (or aspire to be) a professional writer or specifically an author, the files you create and edit are precious commodities. Treat them so, like the blood in your veins.
The loss of even a fraction can be (1) dangerous or devastating to your career and/or (2) lead to a recreation process that might not (re)capture your original data. And no, just copying files to another location after a day’s work is not enough, though it is an adequate but temporary solution. READ MORE >>