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If it's just for pieces of code/algorithms : https://gist.github.com/ http://pastebin.com/ For "real" projects : https://github.com/ GitHub keeps your public and private code available, secure, and backed up. Stop hoarding code on your hard drive; it takes less than a minute to push code up to GitHub and start collaborating with others.


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Sounds like you need a services to keep notes, not files? Then services like Evernote are your friend.


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Dropbox - 2 GB for free. Please note that most on-line accounts tend to lapse and disappear if unused for some time, not to mention if the save site had an outage. I would therefore really recommend a local depository, such as an external disk.


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There is github for git, not free. There is bitbucket for mercurial, is free. There is kiln for mercurial, not free. There is assembla for git, mercurial and subversion, not free.


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Google Translate is a fast way to translate documents but it doesn't preserve formatting and turns them into plain-text. A good option is DocTranslator the user interface is not too good but the tool is useful. Just upload a document, select the language you want it to be translated to and within a minute it will translate the document while preserving the ...


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if you're looking for software similar to something else alternativeto is a good place to start http://alternativeto.net/


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This kind of websites simply download the torrent for you, and cache the downloaded file(s) on their servers so that you can access it directly.


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No, there is not. Facebook applications can only delete content they own/posted. In addition Facebook doesn't deal in the negatives, so applications like these are swiftly banned/deleted. Even if you got a script to automatically click delete in a browser simulated window, your account would be disabled faster than the script would finish.


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Looks like a custom application. I think you can achieve the same with any forum software which exposes an API. Design pages for every section/topic/thread/item and use the forum API's to generate data into the pages. Example Vanilla Forums API


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you could always use a subversion repository such as kenai.com which is free and integrates with any subversion client. Then you are able to store snippets within a project or something similar that is backed up. Failing that, I would suggest Evernote as suggested above.



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