Uploaded to drive successfully"Your data is not safe unless it is stored in three different places" - Sammy G.
Imagine you are writing something on ISC. You are attempting it on a laptop with rapidly falling battery. Or imagine your operating system often crashes. Or the most common scenario, your internet signals are weak. There are times where your precious ISC material could be all but lost.
But it would not if you use a notepad. You can later on post the notepad material on ISC.
1. Save the material in form of a file.
Imagine you cannot use your electronic device for a long time and it is going for a repair. With the time you have you, upload your text file to pendrive or CD drive or hard drive.
2. Save it in an external drive.
It has been a while you posted something on ISC now. So you go to a cyber cafe. You touch your pocket for pendrive or the drive you saved the file in, but alas you forgot it at home. If 'only you had mailed it to yourself. If only you had uploaded in Google drive or One drive. Infact, if only with the little internet you had, you could have started penning a draft in Google docs, which would have automatically uploaded in Google Drive.
3. Save it in Google drive, or write a draft on google docs, which would upload your draft to drive if something happens.
So these are my threes places to save my material. Online drives are more useful as they don't come with constraints like other two methods of saving. I like to see online drive as a tertiary memory, apart from Primary and Secondary types we learnt from school.
But if you have not noticed, ISC offers an ingenious solution already. ISC has notes and drafts feature, which you can use in case of such problems.
(This is my Contest entry)