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The Best Way to Store Stuff in the Cloud. So, of all of these different services, do any of them allow you to share full folders WITHOUT making the person viewing them sign up for a service?
One of the things I liked about iDisk (still like for the time being) is the fact that you have a public folder that anybody can access (no password, logging in, etc.). I need it for an educational website, and now that iDisk is going away, I am stuck trying to find ways to get sugarshare, dropbox, and other cloud storage to work the same way. I've been using dropbox for personal home/work sharing and just installed sugarshare because the writeup sounded like it was capable of doing this. Unfortunately, neither allow full folder sharing without going member to member (to my knowledge).
Dropbox. How to Organize Your Computer Documents / Creating a paperless office. How to organize your computer and still remember where you put everything — CHNL by Chanel. If you’re like me, your desktop probably doesn’t look like this most of the time.
In fact, if you’re anything like me, it probably looks more like this. As part of Operation: Clean Out The Engine Sludge, I recently reorganized my entire computer and put every last file away where it belonged. If you’re thinking, gosh, that sounds like a lot of work, it is. It took me about 2-3 hours and freed up about 10 gigabytes in space, but it was well worth it. Today I thought I’d share with you how I organize the files on my computer in a way that makes them easy to find again, even if I leave them there and forget about them for months.
What it looks like In expanded list view: In icon view: How it works Everything is contained within one folder. Why this way versus another? Before I organized my files using this system, I would try to organize my files by relation. Chanel > My Documents > Print Work. But then a problem comes up. How to make it for yourself How to use it Chanel > Reference > N > Notes.