I was working too fast when mounting a FTP drive in my MacBook using MacFusion. I mounted the drive to ~my_name not to ~my_home_directory/mount_directory. And BANG! My ~my_name was empty. I did not do anything else but a reboot to get rid of the wrong mount. After rebooting, I still can not see my settings, applications or documents. When taking terminal and going to /Users, I see only my_name and Shared. my_name shows it was created when I entered the wrong mount point. find / -name "IMG*" on the terminal does not return any of my photos. Is there a way to recover from this, or was the MacFusion + MacFuse really able to wipe my HD clean and erase all my data in a blink of an eye?