Why do you ask?
they want to steal it
That must be the photos of my japan travel and my personal notes about life, dreams and experiences.
These files are essentially outsourced memories. Losing them would kill a part of me, so I keep them dear on several backups.
You're supposed to struggle in choosing between multiple important files and ultimately give up and post a meme.
salty milk and coins
My diary desu
Your live milk, desu.
thanks for good music sushi
i should probably back mine up as well, thanks for the tip
It's really hard to pinpoint it down on a single file. But I have some video game folders with games that would be very difficult to hunt down again. I also have some personal pictures and videos I wouldn't want to lose.
How many males there are on this picture?
Doesn't matter if they're cute
if I had to narrow it down to a single file it'd probably be: >>828
, but if I zipped 4GB of /c/ and /cm/ dumps then technically it'd be that>>891
i'll save it forever>>892
C'mon, I need to know. I won't be able to sleep tonight.
>tfw no sushiroll gf
Probably the daki images I got commissioned based on my waifu.
My password manager file, probably. Kind of a boring answer though
There's a scrivner file that contains almost the entirety of the Role Playing Game I've been working on for about two years. I have backups and I keep a copy of the file on Dropbox. But it would make me very sad to loose if. Though I do have a printed out copy of the whole thing from not too long ago.
My 20gb archive of anime fanart.
A bunch of photographs and wallpapers I've saved over the years maybe
my answer is boring. It's the text file which contains my crypto wallet seeds. everything else is replaceable (at least in theory).
a text file with all the anecdotes of cool, funny or strange stuff and people i happened to run into during my life.
Normies are always astonished when i tell those, and i love the facial 0_0 expression of (legal) lolis with boring lifes when i tell them. It's a cheap method to be interesting when talking to other people and to make them laugh and also they carry a lot of memories with them.
Maybe I should do something like this too, so that I don't forget.
My memory is pretty bad after all.
If your wallet seed is easily memorable (i.e. it makes some sort of sense) then it's insecure. If you are able to remember a string of random words, that's good because you don't need to store it somewhere insecure.I really should just write it down and delete the file.
Who is that character?
It is hard to pick any one file that is precious to me, since most of them can be recreated or downloaded again. I have some text files from when I posted
Maybe my folders of screenshots I've gathered from online game communities that I used to attend. A lot of silly stuff in there.>>972
Never seen anyone make such a face at the sight of regular old mushrooms. I don't mind the taste too much anymore, but I never liked mushrooms when I was a kid, so I kinda learned to hate it. Must be mushy mushrooms my mom used to serve, their taste is a little metallic, and I don't like the texture. I love the mushrooms my aunts serve, since they tend to cook them in such a way that they get really crispy. Almost like bacon.
I've saved more or less every single imageboard thread I've ever seen in a folder, as MHTML. That isn't a single file but since threads get deleted quite often (and archives don't contain thumbnails) those files are irreplaceable.
An archive of the data I scraped off of a dead family member's electronic deveices, I have it mirrored on half a dozen locations to (hopefully) ensure that is never lost. I've never looked inside nor do I ever plan to, it would just pain me greatly to know that the last traces of their existence are gone.>>975
If you wouldn't mind, can you tell us how many threads there are and/or how much disk space they take up?
6840 threads, taking up around 10GB of space.
You seem keen on preserving them, ever considered uploading them to the IA?
That seems like a really cool thing to make public! You should make a torrent or something.
How far back do they go?
my pgp key.
No, I won't do that. They were saved from my browser, which means they have the (You) next to all my posts. My custom CSS, timezone, etc. is all saved as well, so it would be a compromise of my sushi rollymity.
In the future maybe I'll write a script which thoroughly removes all of that but for now I just encrypt them and back them up to jewgle drive.
The oldest file there is a thread from Oct 29, 2017.
my 2 tb of samples and project files dating back to 2014
same here right before my 100gb truecrypt porn volume.
My gay porn debut pic.
Those are so fun.
I was actually served this one at one point, I had partook a bit of canna so I almost thought I imagined it until I found I had saved the image.
the only important file on my computer is my keepass key file, I share that file across multiple devices, if i ever lose it all my passwords will be gone
I assume it was an ad for a Don Rickles stand up or something.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Myoj1XG7eDg
I know it's Don Rickles, but I've never found any bits he did about pissing. And why on earth would you advertise it like this?
Update: I lost over 66% of this document due to a random file corruption replacing all my diary entries with chinese letters.
A database with more than 9800 steam accounts
And a handmade sql database with all the prices for every edible product in my city
Can it not be recovered in any way?>>1628
Honestly probably a buttpic from my ex, the rest is mostly replaceable, even if it'd be a huge bother and take a lot of time.
Which is a shame too, since I can't look at it or I get to thinking about her again. But I can't bring myself to delete them either. Nostalgic sadfaps were the best the period I used to do it on the reg even though it's so emotionally toxic.
Cute Nibbles. Your post made me look through my old pictures of my pets and I too think these are the most important files I have on my drive.
Pic related is my favorite picture of my cat who luckily is still alive.
I used to occasionally visit those threads on /jp/ and watch the livestream on the side of the browser. I heard it was shut down a year or two ago. Rest in peace.
Delete it and be free of attachment, your peace of mind is worth more than a jpg of your ex.
It is a kind of peace of mind to keep it though, it's nice knowing I'm not checking it by choice rather than because I can't.
Also if I'm ever knowingly dying and single it'd be nice as a last fap cause it's still the best butt I've seen so far, why settle for less?
It's on my phone but I took a video of my dog while he was still with us. It'll be the most valuable file on my computer shortly.
Not a file, but a folder full of my cats' photos and videos. I don't really have attachment to photos/videos (I deleted family's photos without hesitation if I need space in my phone) but my cats… I also make sure I put backups, whether online or flashdisks.
I don't really have anything like that. Maybe I should change that about myself.
My personal wiki just happens to be a single file by design so it will be "Wiki.html".
you have your own wiki in a single file? How does it work?
I'll just drop a link to it: https://tiddlywiki.com/
Technically, I don't keep everything in a single file because I keep images and other resources like pdfs separately and point to it instead of importing them into the main file.
System 32 I guess
I think everything that holds great amount of sentimental value to me is either an IRL object or person, or something more ephemeral than a file like a website or community of people. I would hate to lose all my porn and anime though.
>>1649>first quarter of this year
This ain't going to age well…
>>1676>This ain't going to age well…
Probably irc log of the server I have with my new friends.>>1680
Nice mandalas. I want to visit tibet some day, I'm really slow with languages though.
>>1681>Can't speak tibetan
I bet you can't even speak 7 languages. I learned tamil just to read a signpost that showed up in the background of some obscure meme, and it only took me 1 week.