Here's a good article comparing cloud services... not what I'm lookin for quite, but still a good read.
Thanks, good info.
idisk was pretty easy for the person you're sending the files to to use. yousendit is probably just about as easy except for the requirement of the other side having to set up an account to upload files.
Well, I've decided to go with a combo of DB (after all) and the FTP option in my Network Solutions hosting package. The free version of DB meets my needs, and the more clients and vendors I invite, the more storage I earn. No one client can see or access the others' folders, so I don't even need the public folder. I'm hosting images for CL ads and all of my images for this site on NetSol. My iDisk is empty now — broom-clean, as they say, so Apple can have the keys any time.
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