We need a set of logos designing for gobreadcrumbs dot com. The icon must be professional and modern looking (web 2.0). You will need to go to our website and understand what we are trying to do. We need two logos designing: 1… (Budget: $30-250, Jobs: Graphic Design, Illustrator, Logo Design, Photoshop, Photoshop Design)
As working from home and from the office is crossing over more and more these days, it’s becoming increasingly important to manage your computer files on multiple platforms. There are several ways to do this that will keep you moving forward and more productive as a result.
1. The “Cloud”
Using software such as Dropbox allows you to sync across several computers – some even allow one to be a Mac, Linux or PC. This is great for those documents that have ubiquitous file extensions (.rtf, .doc, .xls) that need to be worked both at the office and elsewhere. Certain files can be kept private, while others can be shared with the colleagues of your choosing.
Email is still a really popular way to share smaller files between access points. Even though file sizes than can be emailed is increasing, it’s not going to work so well for large image, audio or video files. But if you compress or “zip” the files, it’s still a handy way to send files back forth between colleagues.
3. Web services
Not ready for something that works in the cloud and sending files that are tad to big for your email client to handle? Services like YouSendIt are a good fit if that’s the case. You can send larger files for free (and larger ones if you’re willing to pony up some dough) and you get the convenience of using your email along with the knowledge that your files are going to get through.
4. Google Wave
Still in its relative infancy, Google Wave is a great collaborative tool once you take the time needed to wrap your head around it. You can communicate with anyone else on the service – and now it’s open to everyone – and send files that sit on “waves” that are accessible by whomever is invited to be part of it. This is especially handy if you want to keep files associated with certain contexts or projects.
5. USB Flash Drive
The trusty USB flash drive is not going away anytime soon. It’s a tangible object that you can hold and know that you’ve got your files with you. Not quite as efficient as going entirely over the web in some capacity, but it’s always good to have a backup of whatever you’re working on. With capacities of these drives getting larger and larger, you can pretty much be sure that you can fit anything you’ll need to share on it.
What do you use to share files with yourself – and with colleagues? Let us know in the comments.
I an experienced programmer to develop a website similar to readnotify.com. The function of this site is to provide members will the ability to track, and receive notification of emails being open and read… (Budget: $750-1500, Jobs: .NET, HTML, Perl, PHP)
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An expert in a rapidly growing industry is in need of someone located in Vietnam for recruitment of highly intelligent people for online work. Training and salary will be provided to quality person. Work for recruiter will include -Must under-go 2 weeks of training 8 hrs per day… (Budget: $30-250, Jobs: Advertising, Branding, Human Resources, Project Management, Recruitment)
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Looking for a team to make bulk Myspace accounts with verified emails and all must have a different profile picture uploaded and the “mobsters” game application uploaded to each of the 1000 accounts. I need 1k myspace accounts to be created to start off with and more after, if this goes well… (Budget: $30-250, Jobs: Data Entry, Desktop Support, Marketing, MySpace, Technical Support)
I have a blog installed using WP Transcript Theme and simply need help editing the settings so that my blog layout is very similar to a couple of existing (example) blogs. I’ll supply the url for the blogs (via pm) I want to model… (Budget: $30-250, Jobs: WordPress)
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Once again I am looking for more writers to join my team. – English should be your first language. – I am willing to pay $ 1.5 per 450-550 words article – Articles should pass copyscape and should be error free… (Budget: $30-250, Jobs: Article Rewriting, Articles, Copywriting, Ghostwriting)
Hi, I am looking for 4-5 article writers who can write 100% copy scape passed articles without any spelling or grammatical errors. You should also be able to complete your work within the deadlines… (Budget: $30-250, Jobs: Article Rewriting, Articles, Copywriting, Editing, Ghostwriting)
I have a short application written in Flash that I need to have converted to Droid and Iphone apps. Its a pretty simple project. I’ll send files individually to bidders after verification. I will not post them here… (Budget: $250-750, Jobs: Android, iPad, iPhone, Mobile Phone)