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#195: Syncing and Cloud Services
June 2nd, 2014
David and Katie revisit cloud and local services and syncing and storing data.
Thanks to MPU listener Jigar Talati for assistance with the shownotes this week!
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Cloud computing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Cloud computing involves computing over a network, where a program or application may run on many connected computers at the same time.
Mac Power Users 98: Mac from Scratch | Mac Power Users MobileMe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia MobileMe (formerly .Mac and iTools) was a subscription-based collection of online services and software offered by Apple Inc. All services were being gradually transitioned and replaced by iCloud and the service ceased as of June 30, 2012, with transfers to iCloud available until July 31, 2012.
Apple - iCloud - Your content. On all your devices. Mac Power Users 171: Photo Management | Mac Power Users Apple - iTunes - iTunes Match MindNode Mac App Store Link
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1Password Automatically OCR Documents with Hazel and PDFpen — KatieFloyd.me PDFpen OCR Folder Action Script — MacSparky Dropbox SugarSync | File Sharing, Online Backup & Cloud Storage from Any Device Dropbox: The Inside Story Of Tech's Hottest Startup | Forbes "Jobs smiled warmly as he told them he was going after their market. “He said we were a feature, not a product,” says Houston"
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The Dropbox Blog » Blog Archive » Introducing Carousel: A new gallery from Dropbox MPU 004: Staying in Sync | Mac Power Users Dropbox Buys Mailbox, All 13 Employees Joining And App Will Remain Separate | TechCrunch Box | Free Cloud Storage, Secure Content & Online File Sharing Microsoft OneDrive Google Drive Amazon Cloud Drive: Learn More Mac Power Users 194: Workflows with Tom Merritt | Mac Power Users Two-step verification - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Two-step verification (also known as Two-factor authentication, abbreviated to TFA) is a process involving two stages to verify the identity of an entity trying to access services in a computer or in a network.
PDFpen: Mac PDF Editor - Edit, Sign, and Correct PDFs - Video Tutorials Transporter Sync: Hard disk drive requirements | Transporter App Developer | Transporter Transporter and PDFpen like Chocolate and Peanut Butter — MacSparky Chunky Comic Reader for iPad iTunes Link
Pogoplug - Online backup and cloud storage for iPhone, Android, PC, Mac and tablet ChronoSync: Synchronize | Backup | Remote Bootable Backup | Econ Technologies DSM 5.0 - Cloud Services - Synology - Network Attached Storage (NAS) SynoBox Mac Power Users 138: Syncing and Sharing | Mac Power Users