LinuxPlanet: "As cold as this probably sounds, one of the disasters that didn't take place last Tuesday was the loss of significant data. And that's important.
Many of the companies in the World Trade Center were securities dealers, including some of the world's largest. Had customer order information,
account information, inventories of customer securities held by the company, and other important data not been duplicated off-site, a very bad
economic situation would have been made immeasurably worse."
September 19, 2001