Sendoid – Instant, Private, P2P File Transfers

March 27, 2011

What is Sendoid?

Sendoid is an on-demand peer to peer transfer system. It makes transferring any size file between two people as simple as clicking a link!

Where do my files go?

Directly to the recipient. The peer link provided after selecting a file connects the recipient directly to your machine. Files never touch or pass through our servers.

Is Sendoid secure?

Sendoid offers security via a 128bit AES encryption algorithm, link obfuscation, and an optional user-set password at the end-point.

Always be cautious when transmitting highly sensitive data over a connection you do not control.

Are there size limits?

Sendoid’s web interface limits total transfer size based on the resource availability of your local machine. This tends to be somewhere between 600MB and 1gb. Don’t worry, we’ll warn you if you try to send or receive a file that is too large.

Very nice alternative to YouSendIt. It doesn’t upload the file. Instead, it creates a P2P connection to the file on-demand.
It would be nice if a service like this became mainstream. I hate it when I receive bloated attachments in my inbox. This way one can choose when, and to where to download it.

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Great iPad Accessory

March 25, 2011

P54

Very cool iPad case with built-in keyboard. I know you want one!

Kensington KeyFolio – bluetooth keypad and stylus. Search for item 569474 at costco.com. $69.99 from 3/8 to 4/17. Delivered. (not compatible with iPad 2)


Sleepy blogger.com delivers some great new features.

March 15, 2011

It appears that while some of us weren’t looking, blogger.com has been doing some very nice things. Not the least of which are template designer, real-time stats, comment spam filtering, mobile templates, web fonts¬†among others.

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Screenshot of my blogger.com blog. - formetostart.blogspot.com

In the official Google Blog, there is a post which you may want to check out. It is titled What is new with Blogger.

It may be high-time to take another look at blogger.com and put it back to work!


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