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[OT] sharing large files

February 9, 2007 | 11:01 am

hi all,

I just came across this, which may be useful to some people here.
It’s basically a way of allowing specific people (eg people you’re
working on a project with) to download a file directly from your
computer, instead of having to upload your files to a service
like .mac . There’s probably more to it than that, but it looks useful.
Here are links to the MacWorld article, and the main site …

http://www.macworld.com/weblogs/creative/2007/02/boxcloud-file-
sharing/index.php?lsrc=mwrss

http://www.boxcloud.com/

David


February 9, 2007 | 11:55 am

On 9-Feb-2007, at 12:01, David Stevens wrote:

> I just came across this, which may be useful to some people here.
> It’s basically

yet another;-

> way of allowing specific people (eg people you’re working on a
> project with) to download a file directly from your computer

Mac OS already has AppleShare, Windows File Sharing, and FTP built
into the box. And I can hear B.G. saying "configure an ftpd, that’s
what the shell’s for!".

But sure, nothing like having another way to skin the cat. Thanks for
sharing.

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February 9, 2007 | 3:46 pm

On 9 Feb 2007, at 11:55, Peter Castine wrote:

> Mac OS already has AppleShare, Windows File Sharing, and FTP built
> into the box. And I can hear B.G. saying "configure an ftpd, that’s
> what the shell’s for!".

We’ve also thrown large media files between countries using Skype…

– N.


February 9, 2007 | 6:18 pm


February 10, 2007 | 9:17 am

On 9 Feb 2007, at 18:18, Peter Castine wrote:

> Yet another solution. Except I had you nailed as an ftpd junky.-)

Well, scp/rsync-over-SSH is more my thing (although I have been known
to WebDAV), but when you need to quickly punt a few dozen megs of OSC
recordings from a random PowerBook in Dortmund to another random
PowerBook in Brussels, (pseudo-)peer-to-peer is a less-brainer.

– N.


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