Getting more means trading 10gigs on your drive (which needs to be connected 15% of the time) to get 7gigs on someone elses computer. I don't like anything about it.
For a little money, say $7/month, you can get about 300 gigs, lightning fast up/down loads, along with a zillion other services (ftp, email, web monitoring software, etc., etc., etc.). (e.g., http://www.inmotionhosting.com/hostingplans.html ) I'll admit I'm also a little paranoid about the security issue. (unless, of course, it's for some useful purpose like tracking aliens)There is also a firefox extension for using your gmail account for storage. My gmail account is over 5gig.
ChrisMainly I find the technology and data distribution strategy interesting - it's true "cloud" storage - your data isn't in any one place at all, and in theory is infinitely scalable. This type of thing has been used before for anonymity type "darknets", but these apparently are slow because of all the proxying that goes on.
Where I am, I get terrible uploads speeds Eg, Amazon S3 is useless. But this worked.Could be misleading though, because they are "bootstrapping" their service by providing that first free gig on their servers. Remains to be seen how well it works when the cloud kicks in.Hi
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