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Iconicmoronic

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Can anyone suggest a good online file storage source (free or cheap perferrably). I have started a blog and since I do not know how to situatue my excessively huge hard drive to store files for users to download, I would like to find a place to store documents online so that readers can access files related to it that they become interested in. Thanks in advance.

I had begun to signup for fileden, which it seesm is european (wherever the [bleep] draconia is besides on the super nintendo --hopefully that isn't offensive), except it tried to sneak in a sign up for something called mypoints and so I promptly canceled the account registration and have disregarded the activation e-mail.
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nuriko_1888

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Odd, I signed up for fileden too, but it didn't ask me for mypoints. I was about to recommend it though. If you use msn messenger, you could make use of their free storage feature called Skydrive. I think the limit is 25gb, but each file has to be smaller than 50mb I think.

Oh and if you want to allow it to be accessible to others, you could put files in the public folder.
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I use mediafire, and I'm very happy with them.
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why dont you use rapidshare I think its best.
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Igor Estevam

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I always use SkyDrive and I think very good. :)
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