Here’s an interesting concept: unlimited on-line storage where you are charged based on how many Gigabytes of data you *download*. That means that you could potentially use this service to backup all of your digital photos, your entire music collection and more and then pay only $4.95/month and be able to download up to one Gigabyte each month. To download more, you of course pay more. But if you’re using it as a backup and you don’t actually plan to download anything unless something happens to your home/office system, then it could be a low cost solution.
They even have a free version where you can upload up to 10 Gigabytes of data and download up to 100 Megabytes per month. I think I’ll use that to backup all the images I use for the seminars I present… that way I should be able to download them from any computer that has an internet connection in the event that my laptop dies. I don’t usually need more than 100MB worth of images for a seminar, so I should be able to get by with their free plan!