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bitbucket offers a free plan that allows you to have unlimited private and public repositories shared between 5 users maximum. You would need to use Mercurial or Subversion to manage the files though, but if you're familiar with source control tools it should be easy enough. Pros Unlimited space and repositories Integrates with other services (ex: with ...


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There are some options: You might want to make your account protected. If you do this, you can control who gets to follow you and who doesn't. However this also means that none of your tweets will be public, so people will have to follow you first (and you will have to accept them) before they can see your tweets. You can block a person you don't like. ...


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I ended up using ProjectLocker. Mainly cause it was super easy to use! They provide Source Control, Automated Builds, Trac, Wikis.


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Use KeePass and use a single KeePass DB (kdb file) stored on a shared drive or in a DropBox. Store all your passwords in that databse and they can all access it.


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I personally like the hosted manager a bit better as long as the security is implemented properly. Take LastPass for example (my favorite), they don't store an un-hashed version of your master password so without deliberately cracking your passwords, even the site host can't access your information. This is of course only as good as your trust for the ...


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Assembla also offers free SVN or Git repository hosting. Their free plans have unlimited users/repos (public or private) with 2GB total disk space.


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You could block them, as described here. If the account is definitely a spammer, I guess Report JaneDoe as spam would work too.


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You can protect your tweets if the side effects are acceptable to you. This way you will receive an email anytime someone wants to follow you. On the account screen for the settings page, check the box that says "Protect my Tweets", just be aware of the caveats which are as follows (text from the settings page when you are actively protecting your tweets): ...


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Unless you want to make all your updates private, so that every follower will need your approval (Settings -> Protect my tweets), all you can do is manually block / report as spam them each time.


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Tweetdeck seems to serve some of your requirements: TweetDeck is your personal real-time browser, connecting you with your contacts across Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, Foursquare, Google Buzz and more. However it makes no mention of xing. As an afterthought, Power.com seems to meet, again, only some of your requirements (with the added ...


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I have a free SVN account on a site called Unfuddle. Works great with both Eclipse and Visual Studio. They also provide GIT and Trac support. While their free plan is good enough for me, most of their plans look quite affordable if you have a team.


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CodePlex About the CodePlex Site CodePlex is Microsoft's open source project hosting web site. You can use CodePlex to create new projects to share with the world, join others who have already started their own projects, or use the applications on this site and provide feedback.provide feedback. CodePlex Features CodePlex ...


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DandyID is a service that might at least satisfy some of your needs. The most important thing it does: You can create a DandyID-account (basic or pro version) you can link to your various accounts on social services from Twitter to facebook or AIM, so you can create a verified DandyID profile that can sync to all your other online identities, which makes it ...


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GitHub tends to be the most popular as of now, its only drawback being that any free project has to be open source.


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I am using Beanstalk - they have a free plan and I like it. Some features included in all versions: Private Repositories - By default both Git and Subversion repositories are private. SSL Encryption Enables 128-bit SSL encryption over HTTP (HTTPS) for more secure checkouts and commits. Daily Backups Daily backups of all customer data.


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Apart from the answers there, I would like to add the following: Trac is an open source, web-based project management and bug-tracking tool. Trac allows hyperlinking information between a computer bug database, revision control and wiki content. It also serves as a web interface to a version control system like Subversion, Git, Mercurial, Bazaar and Darcs. ...


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Are you referring to Wunderlist?


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I am not sure if this is what you saw, but Trello sounds very close to what you are looking for, or perhaps Teambox, which does have a wooden background look.


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The nearest match to your requirements I could find was http://www.inboxjournal.com/ This lets you post journal entries per day tag entries so you could tag them as work, study etc view history post entries as private or public However, it doesn't enable you to split them by hourly intervals or view charts.


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We use PassPack to share passwords in our IT department. PassPack allows you to share passwords between different users. You can used the online version or the installable AIR application so you can sync passwords locally and use them offline. They have a free version so you can try it out.


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Pipeline is a simple project billing app. that was designed by a company out of the UK. I haven't tried it but believe it will bill in US dollars as well. HTH.


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Gravatar gives you not only a personal profile image, but also has a basic multi site profile that works off your email address and is very easy to use with little extra data required.


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I've been setting a profile up on a site simply called "E" What I like about it is that you can have public and private profiles that you share with other folks, as well as create a digital "card" to display on your site. They also have mobile apps so that you can easily share your contact details with others. In the case of the iPhone version, if both ...


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We use a shared file on a network drive (Notepad, Excel, etc). You can use a cryptography app to keep the whole file under a password as well. While Google Docs is probably OK, I would keep this particular type file off the web if possible.


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I use a service called MemoToo and you can check out how I set it up on my blog. If you go to http://memotoo.com and setup an account you can have your contacts synced with tons of services including: Outlook Google Contacts Google Calander Facebook (One way) LinkedIn (One way) Windows Live Contacts Yahoo Contacts Twitter Windows Mobile Android ...


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Well they are all implemented differently some are more secure and some less. For example I use Clipperz. The way clipperz works is it encrypts/decrypts an encrypted blob that the server stores in javascript. This means that if your blob finds its way to an evil hacker they will not be able to decrypt it (if you decided on a reasonable password) The ...


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Using a hosted password manager means that your passwords are stored somewhere in the cloud, and somewhere nearby to that (in the code that creates/edits/uses them) is explicit instructions on how to decrypt them. Should the site be compromised, it wouldn't be hard to get access to thousands of accounts. For that reason, I'm leery of online password ...



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