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To my knowledge, there is no all-in-one removal tool that is able to suggest who may be a good candidate to boot from your network (something similar to ManageFlitter for Twitter). However, I can suggest two tools to assist you with trimming & organizing your network (which I personally use): InMaps: Visualizes your network and identifies ...
I use Dropbox. It's excellent.
If you select a "shelf" of books, then pull down the Options tab, you'll find an "export to XML" option. I was able to read that XML file with Excel 2003 and it generated a table containing the titles, ISBNs, etc. That spreadsheet is a good start, or you could export that as .CSV and pretty much anything will read that.
Facebook has a policy of holding on to users’ data for a long time, even after they have deleted it. You can check the news for one such example relating to holding on to people’s images, even after they had deleted them. Also check out the Europe Vs Facebook page, where a guy is actively campaigning against Facebook’s misuse of peoples private data:
There is no way to see all of the individual feedback on the Seller. If you want to see individual reviews you will have to scroll or page through all of the reviews on the right hand side of their Seller page. You can however see a summary of Seller feedback if you look at the Feedback History: It sits just under the individual reviews
Hojoki might be an option for you that you can check out. It aims to turn all of your social and web streams into one stream.
I like Skydrive at http://skydrive.live.com it has 25GB, Office docs can be viewed and edited online, photos can be presented in slideshow, and folders with many files can be downloaded at once in one zip file. Also, you can have folders shared privately with as many people you like, delimitted by the email. All you need is a WindowsLiveID, wich you have if ...
Yahoo! Groups seems like it would fit your requirements.
Dropbox as mentioned is great for file sharing. For other communication and project management, we're using Comindwork. It has some basic file sharing as well.
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