#1
Hey

I'm starting my Physics coursework and I'll be working on it at home and in college and since I don't have a memory stick I'll need some way to transfer data from home to school and vice verca. Anyway, I don't own a memory stick and the computer's at college don't have floppy drives, so I was wondering if anyone knew of any sites I could store the data on so I could access it at college and home? Thanks

#2
Go on your email account, attach your files to an email and then send it to yourself. Read when you get home.
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#3
BT Digital Vault

Or Gmail; that is, if you can get Firefox at college. There's a plugin for it.
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#4
can't you email it home?

www.hotlinkfiles.com could come in handy.
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#7
Silly way of wording it, but i know what you mean.

www.speedyshare.com used it many times for work just make sure you get the URL home somehow- I stored it on a forum notepad...not sure if UG has one..
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#8
That is gay.... i seriously had the exact same idea like 2 weeks ago cause you can but a 500GB hard drive for 100 quid and let out like 10 gigabites for £10 for a month... freaky

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BT Digital Vault

Or Gmail; that is, if you can get Firefox at college. There's a plugin for it.

It's called GSpace, btw.
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#10
you can get like £5 256mb ones that'll be enough and its proberly cheaper than one of those websites
#11
There's an extension for FireFox called Gspace that turns your gmail account into a working FTP site. It lays out all of the attachments into organized folders just as if you were working with them on an FTP server...
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#15
There's tonnes of them.

However there aren't too may out there where you can use it more like just an extension of your file storage space, but accessible from the net... I'd do that if I had more money and knew how to code ****.
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To be absolutely honest, just invest in a memory stick. It's VERY useful, easy and cheap. You can get 15 GB ones for only like, £15.


Failing that, just email, or rent some online webspace to upload your files to.

Some schools dont put USB-drives onto their computers because of the security risk/Piracy policies.
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