There were stories that the CEO of Enron, Ken Lay called the Whitehouse after things collapsed. His call was not taken. Just a few years before he was Uncle Kenny at the BBQs in Crawford, TX. Probably be about the same here.
With two drives you can set up a backup scenario. Put the second drive in an external enclosure and use robocopy on a regular basis. Most data loss is from user error. RAID 0 won't protect you from that. Screw FAT32 and use NTFS. If you need to access it in an emrgency put the drive in an external enclosure.
The ASR 33 terminal in the article was 110 baud. If it's all you have you at the time you deal with it. I just hit the preview button. Considering the number of characters I had typed and the time it took to preview that was about 110 baud. So what has all this new stuff gained for us?
I remember it as being 10% of the people (whiners) take up 90% of the support time.
Mathematicians stand on each other's shoulders. -- Gauss