I stumpled upon Vladik Rikhter’s post via Hacker News on how to utilize Google Adwords to max out your Dropbox referrals for less than $10. Basically, you set up an ad campaign that leads people to sign up for a Dropbox account via your referral link, giving them 2.25 GB (250 MB extra for using… Read more »
Dropbox is a very nice tool for real time synchronization. It works very well to keep files from multiple devices (computers, phones, etc.) in sync. I use it mainly as a cloud-based backup for some of my files. However, it’s been on the headlines recently due to security and privacy concerns, leading to calls for… Read more »
I’m on the look out for this site. Might try it some day on my NAS or on another dedicated file server. Hope he makes more progress and updates the post.
I have one main Dropbox that I use and try to grow by referrals. I use it mainly for files I feel are important (backup!) and I need accessible everywhere. Sometimes I need to collaborate with others or have additional files I need accessible everywhere (for a short period of time). I don’t want these… Read more »
So I mentioned before about using Drop Box to sync my files, and I use google sites to host my website, etc. However, both have limits on files uploaded and stored. What if I have large media files? I can upload videos to youtube for videos, but they convert the video to flash, and these… Read more »
So google didn’t add a feature where we can attach files to blogs (other than image files). I wanted to do it with google docs, but couldn’t because I’d have to share it with people by inviting them. Since Google’s G drive isn’t out yet, I’m going to put it in my pubic folder in… Read more »