If you want an extra gigabyte of storage on your Dropbox account, the online cloud service invites you to compete in its second annual “Dropquest” online scavenger hunt.
It’s a series of logic puzzles that will make you browse around the Web while also learning about the various features and services that Dropbox offers. Anyone who makes it to the end will get an extra gigabyte, but the first person to complete it wins a grand prize package culminating in a 100 GB account, free for life.
if abcde is the password….
Valid solutions are
The first one is the only one that create a 5 digits password :-))
Dropbox is arguably the best known cloud-based file sharing service. It’s available for Windows PCs, Macs, iPhones and Android smartphones. You get 2GB free of charge, but here is a tip to get 5GB more…
With the service’s latest beta desktop software, Dropbox has added an automatic photo import feature. Plug in a camera or smartphone, and you’ll have the option to automatically import those pictures to your Dropbox account.
During this beta period, Dropbox is also offering additional free space to test automatic uploading of photos and videos. For every 500MB of photos and videos automatically uploaded, you'll receive another 500MB space bonus, up to 4.5GB total. [Update: To clarify, you can get up to 5GB of free space with this feature, if you count the initial 500MB space for the first photo import].
Mac OS X: http://dl-web.dropbox.com/u/17/Dropbox%201.3.13.dmg
Linux x86_64: http://dl-web.dropbox.com/u/17/dropbox-lnx.x86_64-1.3.13.tar.gz
Linux x86: http://dl-web.dropbox.com/u/17/dropbox-lnx.x86-1.3.13.tar.gz
When you are finished, and credited , just remove your freshly uploaded pictures and keep the 5GB of additional storage!
Did you already download your copy of Firefox 3?
Thanks to the support of the always amazing Mozilla community, we got more than
8 million Firefox 3 downloads in 24 hours. That’s more Firefox downloads than we’ve ever
had in a single day -- an impressive feat indeed!
by going there: http://www.spreadfirefox.com/en-US/worldrecord/certificate_form
And see where it has been downloaded the most here http://www.spreadfirefox.com/en-US/worldrecordIt is always time to give Firefox a try by downloading it ;-)
Zoogmo is secure and easy to use. It operates by backing up your data over the Internet or within a LAN to your own computers or the computers of your trusted friends, family and colleagues.
Before your files leave your computer, they are fully encrypted and remain that way crossing the Internet and while stored on your partners’ computers. No one but you, neither Zoogmo nor your backup partners, has access to your data. In fact, they won’t even be able to tell what types of files you are storing on their computer.
So lets say you have 10 GB worth of data you don't want to loose, most of your friends have some spare disk to give you if you let them also backup their data on your disk. this is where Zoogmo can be useful.
Data you are storing by your friend can not be read, change or viewed, and your backup can be spawn on many friends (nodes). It's peer to peer nature let Zoogmo go through firewall and is quite network efficient. It also create a kind of backup community that is sharing not only disks but also bandwidth.
The added value of Zoogmo is that anybody has spare disk, and that distributed backups are more resilient to extraordinary events like fire, theft, short circuit, disk crash.
If you do not have enough friends :-) or want to have more node to spare your data, the tool allow you to find anonymous (you just see their login) partner. Anonymous partner have a big disadvantage as many of them can disappear from one day to the other simply because they may simply remove Zoogmo of their computer. Currently the tool only run under windows but this kind of tools is quite common now.
finding anonymous partners
Zoogmo is running on Linux/Mac as well
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