questionsdo you use dropbox or windows live mesh (or other…

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I set up DropBox on Wubi Ubuntu for my Android software development. It's handy for sharing images and other resource files. My small Android OS group meets every Thursday at a local pub and Dropbox is perfect for ad hoc file sharing. I'm a huge themer and love swapping out dock and clock themes on the fly.

I use Unfuddle as my source code repository and it works great.

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When I was running my Call of Duty 4 server, we used dropbox.com for our redirect downloads for mods. It was super fast and free. I can't complain about that. I still use it for file sharing with a few close friends. I feel a bit guilty and have considered subscribing for an account, but haven't yet.

I've never used mesh, but I've heard good things.

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i've used dropbox but not mesh. dropbox was for working on certain files from home when remoting was unavailable. it was ok, worked as needed but i didn't use it as much since my files were all saved elsewhere, not in the dropbox folder. to use i'd have to remember to copy it over before going home

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Call me paranoid but I still don't 100% trust online data vaults, so I just carry a pw protected flash drive with essential files

But I do use Amazon Cloud for any music I have bought from them, and it works pretty well

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I use Dropbox, but not for anything I consider sensitive. Their TOS has some issues, though potentially necessary ones. I can't compare to Mesh, but I think I trust Dropbox to be less evil? Maybe?