[Chicago] Cloud storage: Dropbox or Google Drive?

Ray@truedays.org ray at truedays.org
Fri Dec 6 20:53:00 CET 2013

If you don't need the supported-by-every-device feature. I would recommend
a cheap VPS and use sshfs. Add encfs on top of that if you want it

I found a reliable VPS with 50G for <$15 a year or use any server you
already have ssh access to.

On Fri, Dec 6, 2013 at 1:30 PM, Carl Karsten <carl at personnelware.com> wrote:

> On Fri, Dec 6, 2013 at 12:22 PM, Jason Wirth <wirth.jason at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > Google Drive however integrates nicely with Gmail (and increases your
> Gmail
> > inbox size).
> Kinda cool, I guess it makes it easier to pass large files around
> without needing to use the client's bandwidth?
>  It's also a better value. Google offers 200GB of storage for
> > $10/mo, while DB is only 100GB. (100GB on Google is only $5.)
> I would hope $5/m doesn't breakt you ;)
> I can't figure out what I wold do with 100G of offline.  my whole
> source code dir (including .svn and .git dirs and assets I don't check
> into source control.  email and docs might be a few gig including
> attachments.
> I can think of ways of soaking up 100s of g, but not if it was a
> hassle or I had to pay for it.
> --
> Carl K
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