File Storage Solution – Part Deux…

I’ve decided to try out SaveFile for my personal development projects – currently I’m only going to put up SourceControlSwitcher and iTunesCommander. It has the requisite pop-under and banner ads that come from using a free service and I haven’t found a way to automate the uploading so that my build scripts can handle it for me so I may not stick with them but I want to give it a try before I continue the search.

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2 Responses to File Storage Solution – Part Deux…

  1. Ghosty says:

    OMG, Dave, you may have to *pay* for it. 😦 I had need of file storage some time ago, and didn’t really find anything as far as something I could use to link to from my own site – the pop-up issue being key. While online storage is not an issue when simply wanting remote access to files (heck, I’ve got 2.5 gigs in GMail) … storage for linking from my site never panned out as far as getting it for free without hassles.

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