Loc: The Wizard's Balcony
According to this story, it's a possibility. What did it used to be called when it was free? That was the last time I had it. I hope this turns out to be true, because I really want the track my phone thingie. And Prey is just taking too long to support the iPhone.
The rumored "free MobileMe" is a limited set of tools though, not the whole suite of features. That being said, even the over-the-air sync and Find My iPhone might be kinda nice. However, I've not a lot of confidence in Apple's "cloud services." iTools, .Mac, MobileMe - whatever you call them, they're slow, buggy, overpriced, and easily replaced with free apps.
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I'm with JD, it can all be done for free. Apple just packaged it all in one spot. When it actually works right it's okay, but when it doesn't it's a pain. I've found if there is something wrong, sync for example, don't waste time trying to fix it. Just give it some time, within a few hours/days it magically fixes itself, so it's not the computer usually.
Google calendar is so much more reliable for example, never down. I don't recommend MM to everyone.
Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
Go to your iDisk. Navigate in to the Web > Sites folder. Create a new folder and name it Pictures (or whatever you like)(that's inside the Sites folder, BTW). Copy your pictures, etc. from your original iDisk Pictures folder (actually, it will move them to the new folder if you select all and drag them there). After that, the proper syntax is http://web.me.com/username/Pictures (or the name you used)/file.jpg (or whatever the file type it is).
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