About the project

Motto: Saving data important to you!

The current project aims to help people learn to save data important to them (and, perhaps, others).

Examples: how to save a list of your favorite songs, what books you like, what movies you enjoy watching, and what photos move you.

There are other aspects involved, of course, like being productive while using technology, saving other kinds of data (important documents, for example), and knowing what is trustworthy and what isn’t.

About the author – Olivian Breda

I have been told that I tend to write abstractly at times.

Where did I live?
I was born in Bucharest, on May 3, 1982. I was raised at first by an aunt, in a small commune (Pîrjol, Bacău). From the age of 3 until the age of 18 (in 2001), I lived in Năvodari, Constanța, with my parents. Between 2001 – 2015 I lived in Bucharest, in the dormitory – at the university. From June 2015 to August 2016, I lived in London, United Kingdom. From August 2016 to September 2018, I lived in Năvodari. From October 2018 to May 2020, I lived in Bucharest. Since June 2020 I live in Năvodari.

I studied computer science in high school, economics in college, communication and public relations in my master’s degree, and IT and security in two different master’s degrees.
I have been a freelancer since 2007. I have worked as a freelancer, client employee (working for a company), agency employee (working for agency clients).
I deal with site audits, both on the SEO side (search engine optimization) and usability (visitors’ experience on the sites). I also do site implementations on the WordPress platform.
I type at 80 words per minute.

Among the places where I lived, London fascinated me with its cultural richness; I have many friends in Bucharest, and life in Năvodari is the most comfortable.
I spend a lot of time at the PC, and I am passionate about all kinds of things, from filming to listening to music, watching movies, living healthy, theater, social networks, blogging, reading news and books, volunteering, laughing and joking, meeting with friends.
It amazes me that even though I do a lot of things, I don’t travel that much. I prefer, however, to take one type of journey – journeys within me. There is also a site I collaborated with Călatoria Inimii (the heart’s travels).
They say repetition makes you feel exhausted. However, if you want to be convincing with your arguments, be prepared to say them over and over again.
An underestimated predictor of success: the desire for low social status. Everyone thinks about things like working hard to be successful, but being able to take it upon yourself to do less important things can lead to success.
Hannibal calls Clarice on the phone and tells her a little differently, “The world is more interesting with you in it.”
You don’t try to find time for important things; you make time.
Everything you do is an opportunity cost. You do something – you waste that time on another plane.
One day, when you least expect it, you’ll bump into someone who will treat your heart well, and you’ll be so glad you kept it open.
Finally, I agree with Mark Twain, who says that he went through terrible things in his life, some of which actually happened.


Everything is on fire,
but everyone I love is doing beautiful things
and trying to make life worth living,
and I know I don’t have to believe in everything,
but I believe in that.
Nikita Gill