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Jungle Disk Give Away – All Gone Already!

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UPDATE: Wow, that didn’t take long!  The licenses are all spoken for – winners will be notified via email as soon as we verify the logs to make sure we get the actual first 20.  Thanks much, and while you are here, we hope you look around a bit! PS – follow us on Twitter!

Over on his blog Robert Scoble is asking, “It’s a new year, have you backed up?”

The topic is being discussed on Robert’s FriendFeed account.

To welcome the New Year, and to encourage you to backup your data, we have 20 free licenses of Jungle Disk to give away!

How do you win one?  Leave a comment here on why you need Jungle Disk.  The first 20 comments win.  Simple enough!

Note: You are responsible for your own storage costs!

Register with  a valid email address as that is the only way the award can be delivered.

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This is a post written and contributed by Rob La Gesse.


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45 Comments

I have a consulting business in Hollywood as the Hollywood Mac Guru. I’d like to send less people to Drivesavers then I have to. A great backup system would be great to recommend to my customers.

avatar cloud79 on January 2, 2009 | Reply

was it supposed to just let me into the admin console?

avatar blake on January 2, 2009 | Reply

I’d like to try it out.

avatar Brettm on January 2, 2009 | Reply

I need it to backup my considerable personal photo/music collection.

avatar dontera on January 2, 2009 | Reply

I need jungle disk because disk backup sucks for me, because my OS X hates NTFS, and my PC hates HFS+. Gimme some jungle disk!

avatar justingerard on January 2, 2009 | Reply

Thanks for the freebie.

avatar Travis Lusk on January 2, 2009 | Reply

me me me – first!

avatar allen on January 2, 2009 | Reply

I have 4 computers at home with about 24 Terabytes of data including all my removable drives – who needs backup more than me?? Plus, I’m already a customer of Mosso and love their service. :-)

avatar avfguy on January 2, 2009 | Reply

Ohhh I could always use an online storage account. Moving stuff accross computers is annoying

avatar jochapa on January 2, 2009 | Reply

I need a Jungle Disk account because I have a laptop, a desktop, a computer at work, my wifes computer, and we have pictures on each one, and i cant keep track of all the pictures, and there’s kids and we are taking pictures of them, so there’s more pictures, and a dog, there’s another 500 pictures a month. I need to store my pictures on a virtual drive on the cloud that i can access from any computer! HELP!

avatar formless on January 2, 2009 | Reply

I would like a Jungle Disk Account please, sir

avatar pistonsfan1600 on January 2, 2009 | Reply

I need Jungle Disk to keep my data safe!

avatar Jason on January 2, 2009 | Reply

Why do I need Jungle Disk? I thought everybody needs Jungle Disk! :)

Dr. Apps
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avatar drapps on January 2, 2009 | Reply

I would love to have a freebie account! susan.beebe@gmail.com
Thanks!

avatar susanbeebe on January 2, 2009 | Reply

My main need is for all my photos. Not sure what I would ever do if I lost 18 years of my daughter growing up. They are all right there in one folder.

avatar stopdoingnothing on January 2, 2009 | Reply

I really need a offsite backup solution to help me become a better photographer. I am always worried about my photography. I once lost a drive that had over 20,000 photos on it. It was such a bummer that I actually cried about it.

And I still can’t afford to get the data recovered. This would make my day! Thanks!

avatar aphony on January 2, 2009 | Reply

Great, just as I wanted to start doing my backup with JungleDisk!

Best regards,
Jochen

avatar geewiz on January 2, 2009 | Reply

I need a Jungle Disk because I have all my websites and apps running on my local disk on a laptop and it has a flaky hard drive.

avatar gsmaverick on January 2, 2009 | Reply

Hi,

I would love to get a Jungle Disk account, since my Harddrive stopped working last year. So I am in need for a new (this time online) backup solution.

avatar crisb on January 2, 2009 | Reply

That’s easy! I need a Jungle Disk because my start-up business runs out of three offices and I don’t always have the means to back up data physically when I’m away from my home office. Backing up virtually is the best option for me and my employees.

avatar digitaldarwin on January 2, 2009 | Reply

I’ve actually downloaded the demo of Jungle Disk, but could use a licensed version. I have a second hard drive that backs up my regular drive, but a fire or natural disaster would do no good as both drives are in the same location.

Offsite storage would be awesome, and a way more secure solution.

avatar patrickd88 on January 2, 2009 | Reply

Why do I need Jungle Disk?

Well that’s simple. I currently have no off-site back-up for my personal files. If a fire or natural disaster were to happen, I could very well lose everything unless I am able to take it with me.

avatar DMClark on January 2, 2009 | Reply

Jungle Disk rocks my WORLD!!

avatar RHH on January 2, 2009 | Reply

Oh man…. I would really like one of these free accounts! – Doc

avatar iGoByDoc on January 2, 2009 | Reply

I need Jungle Disk to backup my harddrive to keep my data safe.

avatar tonyjk3 on January 2, 2009 | Reply

I’m always in different places and JungleDisk fits the bill much more than lugging around a backup disk everywhere.

avatar geewiz on January 2, 2009 | Reply

Pick Me

avatar bryansays on January 2, 2009 | Reply

Yes, thank you.

avatar hashbrown on January 2, 2009 | Reply

Forgot reason… because I have many files I need to back up for work… and you should always back up your data right?

avatar iGoByDoc on January 2, 2009 | Reply

I need Jungle Disk to back up my client websites and my photo and video collection which is pretty important to me.

avatar decode on January 2, 2009 | Reply

I’ve always wanted to play with S3, but I’ve never had the chance. Jungle Disk would be a handy way to open me up to Amazon’s silo. Plus, now I don’t need to worry about upgrading my hd.

avatar finkel on January 2, 2009 | Reply

I need Jungle disk to keep my wife’s data safe! (I’ve already got an account for my own data :) )

avatar jdevalk on January 2, 2009 | Reply

I need a Jungle Disk as I have thousands of business files in which would ruin my business if not backup

avatar johnpaulgrant on January 2, 2009 | Reply

I need JungleDisk and an S3 account because although as I have both a Drobo with SuperDuper and Time Machine working wonderfully on it, I have no offsite backup to speak of which leaves me quite vulnerable if God forbid anything were to happen here at my home office

avatar robmontanez on January 2, 2009 | Reply

Backup?! It’s never too late to think about backup procedures. You may never know when your hard drive stops being friendly with you.

avatar CoffeeTalkee on January 2, 2009 | Reply

Jungle Disk over here please!

avatar prettyhatem on January 2, 2009 | Reply

Hey, Why not, I would like to try it

avatar bluewavemedia on January 2, 2009 | Reply

Nightmare – bandwidth means I’ve been backing up for 4 days solid and nowhere near finished!

avatar chrismevans on January 2, 2009 | Reply

I have to backup my files in Jungle Disk because I can’t lost my childhood recordations, like photos and videos.

avatar wozkol on January 2, 2009 | Reply

Really looking forward to trying out your services :)

avatar mandle on January 2, 2009 | Reply

I am a computer tech and would like to evaluate this service as this would save my clients a lot of frustration and time.

avatar alphonso on January 2, 2009 | Reply

Me too! having 4+ computers makes my external hdds tired and i wouldn’t want to kick and step on them when the finally stop working. :P

avatar rainsmoker on January 2, 2009 | Reply

Is there *anyone* who can’t use a little more backup? Or backup opportunity? Surely not! Portability and ubiquitous access is the way to go.

avatar deanland on January 2, 2009 | Reply

I’d like to use it to back up images.

avatar hurstel on January 2, 2009 | Reply

dude, like wtf? i came here, there were 12 comments… i register, and suddenly theres 40 comments.

i should get an account just for registering, no?

avatar God0fMac on January 2, 2009 | Reply

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