Small investment in mind files, msg. posted in 2009. Actually, there are various memorabilia in storage which are called mind files. However, the way how to backup the archived mind files in digital form should be reorganized.
Well, the storage of files I mentioned in my previous messages at the tradecommunity group has already occurred. Please don't hesitate to check out http://finance.groups.yahoo.com/group/tradecommunity where group members can get the details.
Terasem is currently the only reliable organization actively dedicated to the online storage for the creation of digital clones or immortal avatars. Anyone who likes the idea of immortality should be encouraged to create a mind file with them. Mind files consist of digital reflections in a variety of formats, including: photos, videos, documents, audio recordings, lists of favorites, personality tests and more.
Anyone over the age of 13 (including cryonicists) can upload them at http://cyberev.org and http://lifenaut.com -- cryonauts could probably recollect their files after centuries when reanimation of cryonically preserved brains has occurred.
Obviously the nature of the information and its intended purpose make preservation of a mindfile of critical importance both now and into the future. Terasem's CyBeRev project has procedures in place to safeguard the data and provisions for ensuring data preservation into the future are extensive: water- and fire-proof file systems, triply-redundant backups, and even spacecasting of data (at the user's option) to send information off-planet â€“ what you might like to think of as the ultimate back-up plan. Terasem is also supported by a trust in order to keep the organization viable in perpetuity regardless of the corporeal status of their founders. In other words, when the time comes that consciousness-reviving software is developed, your user data will be ready and waiting - and Terasem will be there to ensure it is available to you.
A contrasting example is Immortal Space LLC, founded by Bryan Noland. He and the company's parent Technology Mavericks LLC http://www.techmavs.com in Tulsa, Oklahoma, got busy with http://immortalspace.com since 2006. Since the early spring in 2009 until now I noticed that when I'm accessing immortalspace.com, their server isn't responding. Now the reason seems to be that Bryan Noland went disengaged or absent in business with Immortal Space, therefore he couldn't keep the immortalspace.com website up and running for any longer. So I've lost a useful backup space for the mind files I'm storing at lifenaut.com and cyberev.org which are owned by Terasem.