So, slight confession.
I've been bad about making backups. I've got most of my good "born digital" images backed up across two drives and onto another machine.
But not backed up in any sort of organized fashion.
Around midnight, I tagged as "Dogfood" my secret project. Within a week or so, I expect to only launch ZoomBrowser when I need to do a few relatively rare things. The portions of ZoomBrowser I actually used have been implemented for quite some time now, but I had a lot of architectural work, refactoring, and whatnot that needed to be done, with the intention of building a backup system tailored for backing up a huge image archive.
Right now it's going through and building DVD images, one by one, of my photographic archives. Then I can start using it in earnest without worrying about destroying my pictures with an accidental software bug.