Transferring large files can be pretty tricky on the net. Although you can now send attachments up to 20 MB with Gmail, anyone that doesn’t have Gmail won’t be able to receive the files.
Box.net is a service that lets you store and share up to 1 GB of files for free. There are limits to the free service (such as limiting uploads to 10 MB), but you can upgrade to one of their Premium Services. Social Networking site, Facebook has opened up its code to software developers. Box.net has taken advantage of this, and you can share files with your friends over Facebook.
I’ve posted a promo track from Ulrich Schnauss, who I really like. The file is an example of the Box.net experience, so go ahead and download it from the widget, Facebook or this link.
Today’s Link source: Tod Maffin on Facebook
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Thursday, May 31, 2007