An Emergency Generator In Your Furnace?
What do many computers have that most houses don't? A backup power supply. When the electricity fails, backup power can keep a computer going for a few minutes while precious files are stored. Homes are more vulnerable: If the outage lasts very long, as happened this winter when Nor'easters battered the East Coast, the furnace shuts down and ice forms in the goldfish bowl.
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