SimpleShare: 5GB for quick sharing + collaborating

  • May 15th, 2011

What do CloudApp, Droplr, TinyGrab and GrabBox all have in common? Each provide a simple integrated interface for quickly sharing files or links across any medium – email, Twitter, Facebook, etc. – without worrying about a measly 25MB attachment limit. Even better? Most services offer a web interface which provide information like: Downloads / view count […]

Recent Dropbox updates with Smart Folders

  • February 16th, 2011

I love Dropbox. It’s a flexible sync service that does exactly what you expect it to do – reliably. At 47 Degrees, we use Dropbox to share and collaborate on documents, assets and general company resources. The service is completely integrated with each one of our machines (Mac house). Changes happen quickly with the only […]

Box.net evolves, say hello to OpenBox

  • November 13th, 2007

Box, a long-time favorite mentioned in Box.net as a collaborative file manager, has evolved into OpenBox adding new features which would tie the service into your other favorite web based applications and services. At its core, OpenBox provides universal connectedness for data on the web, a trend we’re seeing in other spaces like social networking. […]

Box.net as a collaborative file manager

  • March 27th, 2007

Not too long ago I posted a review & comparison of three online collaboration applications – Basecamp, Goplan, and activeCollab. Through personal experience, as well as input from readers, I realized that the online collaboration tools niche is one of constant change and continual competition between various services. Each tool offered its own strengths and […]

Poor boy Apple Dot Mac alternatives

  • December 26th, 2006

Purchased a new Apple computer lately? Apple recommends supplementing your new purchase with a yearly subscription to their Dot Mac (.Mac) service. Touting such conveniences as iWeb publishing (no HTML/CSS knowledge necessary), Photocasting (think personal photo broadcasting), iDisk (access files anywhere at anytime or share files with others), Backup (schedule automatic backups offsite or to […]

activeCollab project management

  • July 10th, 2006

UPDATE 11/18: activeCollab is no longer offered as a free project management collaboration download. Manage this, organize that. I believe I’ve just found the free answer to my question: “How am I going to keep myself from being pulled in all directions?” Having a fair amount of experience with both Basecamp and Tasks Pro for […]