Backing up your Trip Journal content – Part 1

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March 11, 2008

This is part of a series of posts on a comparison between Trip Journals and blogs.

Today , I’ll consider the ease with which your trip history can be backed up using a Trip Journal. Next week, I’ll consider the same question using 3 major blog systems.

Backups from your Trip Journal

The MyTripJournal system offers a comprehensive backup tool for premium subscribers. This permits you to archive the following content:

  • Your Trip Journal in the same form that your visitors see it on the Web – with maps and linked entries with stories, photos, videos, your guestbook, etc. in html format. This format is useful as: (a) a permanent memory of your trip; (b) a periodic backup for peace-of-mind; and (c) posting to another webserver.
  • The original of your photos in the resolution and quality that you uploaded them.
  • Your entire message in-box. This includes messages from family and friends that you elected not to post to your Guestbook, and .
Backing Up Your Trip Journal
Backing Up Your Trip Journal

You can obtain these in two forms:

  1. By web download from your Archive Center. Click to request the desired files.
  2. On a CD or DVD sent to your home. (Once annually, min. 6 mo. subscription).

The archiving features are not available to free subscribers.

Further detail can be found at www.mytripjournal.com/faqs and in your Trip Journal’s Archive Center.

Dan Parlow

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