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YouSendIt is the only way to transfer files across the Internet -- review, and mammoth give-away

In today's day and age, transferring files is a pain in the ass. Sure, there's email or instant messenger if you want to transfer a single file from A to B -- but what if there's an attachment size limit on your email, or a firewall preventing you from sending files? What if you want to transfer whole directories? It's certainly possible but it's painful. Then there's FTP, an ancient technology...

WeTransfer makes file transfers not just painless... but kind of enjoyable

Email attachments may still be the best way to move small files around the Internet, but it's extremely limiting when it comes to file size. Until recently, the quickest and easiest options for transferring large files have been services like RapidShare or MegaUpload, but both services have relatively low file size and usage limits for free users. WeTransfer differs from the other services in that...

WinSCP open source SFTP and FTP client for Microsoft Windows

WinSCP is freeware SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol) and SCP (Secure CoPy) client for Windows using SSH (Secure Shell) and has hit version 4.2.6. Its main purpose is the safe of copying files between local and remote computers. Beyond this basic function, it manages some other actions with files, like basic operations with files, such as copying and moving. One of two selectable program interfaces...

Streamfile does painless point-to-point transfers with 256-bit encryption

Need a nice, simple way to share files securely with someone? Check out web-based Streamfile. Free transfers work for anything up to 150Mb, and it's all Javascript - no Flash. The interface is uncluttered and straightforward: enter the recipient's email address, pick your file, agree to the terms, You're free to pass along the link to a friend as soon as it appears beneath your progress bar....

40+ great open source apps & games to trick out your new Windows install

This weekend I finished setting up a fresh triple-boot install on my MSI laptop. With my operating systems ready to go, the time had come to start reinstalling applications. While it wasn't a conscious decision, I noticed that the majority of my apps were Open Source - so I decided to keep the ball rolling. Even if you haven't just gone through a reformat, these are great applications and well...

Meebo adds file transfer to Web IM

Pretty much every major chat client includes a way to transfer files along with instant messages. If you're using AOL, MSN, or Yahoo! instant messenger to catch up with a friend and want to send a photo or MP3, you can. But if you're using web-based IM client meebo, it's been a different story... until now. Meebo has just rolled out an update that includes a few new emoticons, and oh yeah, support...

Googleholic - August 1st 2006

In this issue of Googleholic we cover: Flint cant get enough of Google Google City Giudes Hidden Google Services Google's Summer Health Tips Making Google Buttons Google Earth for Katrina and more......

BoxCloud: "Dead Simple File Sharing"

Sharing files with people you know seems like it ought to be a solved problem, but it isn't, really. IM file transfer is unreliable, attachments choke email servers, web-based upload services have file size limits and are often s-l-o-w. Pando took a shot at it and it's not bad, but it requires recipients to download the Pando client, which, among other things, isn't available for Linux. BoxCloud,...

Google Talk File Transfer, Voicemail, and Music Status Update

Google has just released a great new version of Google Talk. This new version has all the goodies people have been asking for. This new feature list includes: File Transfer - Send unlimited files and folders to contacts. With no restrictions on file size. Voicemail - If your buddy isn't answering his/her call, leave a message. A voicemail message. And even if your friend doesn't use Google...