I know I'm a pretty paranoid person. I have been using personal computers ever since I stop using my abacus. I am very fearful of a crash and losing all my work. Right now it totals about 250 gb of files I have a second drive I backup to when I import the pics and I also have a raid 1 g-tech outboard setup that is hooked up to the time machine. I am now thinking I should somehow archive the files on some sort of disk. I just read about a new disk that is suppose to last 1000 yrs but it seems the size is only a standard 4.7 gb dvd. Which would mean I would need some 50+ disks and god knows how long to do the job.
I would like to know what the other paranoid photographers are doing to protect their work from the digital gremlins that inhabit our computers. Please keep in mind whatever system I use I will most likely need to buy some sort of outboard burner and software (Mac user)to accomplish the mission which I'm willing to do.
I hope to hear anybody's thoughts on the subject.