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Send Up To 1 Terabyte for Free: P2P BitTorrent-Based File Sharing with SoShare

Send Up To 1 Terabyte for Free: P2P BitTorrent-Based File Sharing with SoShare | Online Collaboration Tools |

Beyond WeTransfer.

Robin Good's insight:

SoShare is a free web service based on BitTorrent technology that allows you to send as many files as you want to anyone at no cost. The service allows for up to 1 TB in file size for each bundle you send. A bundle is made up by one or more files you want to share.

From GigaOM: "SoShare combines BitTorrent file transfer technology with cloud caching, making it possible for recipients to access the files even when the sender is offline."

To upload or download a file you need to install a browser plugin.

SoShare displays your file transfer progress, provides both a file deletion and a file expiration command (by default files transferred / shared via SoShare expire after 30 days), as well as social sharing buttons for any bundle sent.

Free to use.

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P2P Social File Sharing: Send Large Files To Any Fiend on Facebook with Pipe

From the official site: "As surprising as it sounds, there's currently no easy and effective way to transfer a file to a friend via Facebook. Pipe has taken a common feature of communication - attaching a file - and turned it into something simple and fun to use.

Privacy is guaranteed as it's a direct connection from one device to the other, between friends.

Pipe creates a direct, real-time connection between two devices with no intermediary server.

Pipe starts as an application on Facebook, and is then migrating to mobile devices and tablets.

  • Support for any file format, up to 1GB
  • Only the sender needs to be on Pipe
  • Invite a friend to Pipe with a simple file transfer
  • Direct connection with no intermediary server

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Patty Ball's comment, May 21, 2012 4:37 PM
be careful... there are lots of "fiends on facebook