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Online Backup Service Memopal Announces a Free 3GB Plan


I have of course written about Online Backup Sources a few weeks ago, but just found another service that is now offering a free 3GB plan.

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Memopal is an online backup provider that also allows you access to your files on other devices. Memopal also allows you to share files with others if you are so inclined.  Here is a blurb and some screenshots offered by Memepal.

As well as supporting Windows, Mac and Linux, the files archived on Memopal can also be accessed from an iPhone using a free application and from any mobile device with a browser.

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In addition to the free plan, they are also adding an additional 50GB to paid plans which start at $49 per year.  And if you already have an online data backup provider, then you may be interested in Memopal’s 30% discount for switching.

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Note: I am not affiliated with Momopal in any way.

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Picamatic – Photo Sharing As Simple As Possible


Easily Share Photos With Anyone

Do you have a photo or two or you want to share with a friend or family member? The simplest way I’ve found so far is to use Picmatic. Picamatic doesn’t require you to login or register an account to add or access photos.

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Picmatic is a web based interface that allows you to upload a picture in one click. Simply pick a square on the Picamatic web page and choose the file to upload. Keep uploading until you’re done.

Once you have uploaded a file, you’ll see a clickable “Links” item. This will reveal the various links you can use to share the photo. Links for Forums, Blogs, Chats, and the direct URL (your file size is below 300Kb) to the photo are visible.

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Picamatic also lets you send the URL of your Picamatic photos to yourself in email. Click the “Save these images” link and enter your email address. Check your spam folders if you can’t find the email. It’s a good idea to add picamatic.com to your spam filter to ensure delivery. The next time you want to access the files you can access them anytime by click on the link in your email. You can also bookmark the link for easy access to the files anytime.

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Picamatic says there are no size limits or limits to the number of photos you can upload. So far, Picamatic has not indicated any intent to delete your files after a certain period of time. So you could potentially store files for as long as you want.

Head over to Picamatic and try it out for yourself.

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Sharing Files Using the Web


We all have files we like to share. Most of us use email to get files back and forth to our friends and family. Email works most of the time, but can become a problem when files get too big to send through our ISPs, or our friend or family members mail box is full.

One way to solve this problem is to share files over the web. Upload files to a website, tell your friends the URL and have them browse to that page to download your files.
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