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John Pearce

Droplr - 1 views

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    Droplr Desktop is a tiny application for Mac OS X that aims at helping people share things easier. Droplr Desktop allows you to upload things to Droplr by either drag&drop on the menubar icon, drag&drop on the dock icon or using a system-wide keyboard key combination. Once uploaded, Droplr returns a URL in which a user can share with anyone.
John Pearce

Ridiculously easy file-sharing: Let's Crate. - 4 views

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    "Visit Crate and sign on. You'll be presented with a list of crates, normally representing separate areas of files. Select one of the crates. Drag-and-drop all of the files you want to your heart's content. After a short uploading period they'll be stored on the cloud. Mmmmm, legendary cloud. Now, you can share away, either by crate or by individual file. We provide a short URL for ease-of-use. You can also invite someone to add files themselves!"
Andrew Jeppesen

FileSocial, tweet your files! - 0 views

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    Allows you to share files via your twitter account
John Pearce

drop.io: simple private file sharing, free internet file sharing - 1 views

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    Use drop.io to create drops and privately share your files by web, email, phone, fax, and more. Drops are protected from search engines so you can conveniently share what you want, how you want, with whom you want.
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