In Jim Jarmusch's 2016 Paterson, I didn't see this resolved. I thought of course you need backups of your data. Except the film doesn't seem to say that.
- Paterson seems to resist publishing his poems
- He is opposed to owning a mobile phone
- He writes in paper notebooks; no word processors, recordings (we know guitar lessons are commonplace), or typewriters
- He recites other poets' work, but not his own to his wife
Is making backups against his methodology? Does Paterson change and start backups? or is it fundamental and inconsistent with his poetry?