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Update Given your new specific question, there is no possibility from Flickr itself. I don't know the reason, but unless somebody finds a backdoor for that, you won't be able to do that. You could of course (as a workaround) program an application that uses the Flickr API to fetch an image from an URL and upload it to Flickr. Wouldn't be that hard to do. ...


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Never heard of this either but I tried to find out what these limits are. Per their help: Maximum individual email size (including attachments) is currently 25 megabytes. Source Maximum number of recipients per email is 500 (or 100 if you are using it via some POP or IMAP client). Source I couldn't find any specific reference to a daily upload limit ...


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There isn't a way to do it from the web interface, but there is an API for uploading documents. The google-docs-upload project seems to be exactly what you want, although I've not tried it myself.


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Not directly answering your question but you should consider using a Distributed Version Control System) rather than SVN. Have a look at Git with GitHub, or Mercurial with BitBucket...


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The Upload button is right next to the Create button. It looks like a hard disk drive with an up arrow coming out of it.


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Use GoogleCL, the universal Google command line client. It's implemented in Python and therefore cross-platform. Unlike youtube-upload it uses proper OAuth2 authentication, so you're not typing in or sending your Google account password in plain text. Install via pip: pip install googlecl Uploading a video is as simple as: google youtube post --category ...


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I would reccommend Bandcamp : Set a minimum price starting from 0$ or let people name their price Let people stream your music Design your page (no ads) Stats... enjoy!


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It is not possible to upload files other than image and video files to Blogger. You would have to use other file sharing websites like Dropbox to share such files. Also, your Google Drive link works perfectly fine, feel free to use that link to share the same file with other people.


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There is a new site called http://letscrate.com/. Drag. Drop. Get URL. It's freaking sweet.


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Surprisingly enough, http://www.megaupload.com/ seems to do the trick with (a lot of annoying ads but) no registration required.


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Upload your KML file anywhere on the web. You can use any of the free upload services out there (see Online File Storage Services for a list of options). Then, go to Google Maps and enter the exact URL of the KML file into the search bar. The KML will be loaded into Google Maps in your browser. For example, entering ...


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It looks like this used to be possible -- I can find references to doing file uploads to google docs from a few years ago, but I see no way to do it now: Upload Google Docs via email I checked my Google Docs account, searched the help, and I see no reference to this or anyone else talking about doing it on today's Google Docs.


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The great thing about Dropbox is that anything in the Dropbox folder is always up to date on your computer, even if you have multiple computers, or are working with multiple people. They do require that everything be in one folder (on Windows 7 it's C:\Users\me\Dropbox\, on OSX its /Users/me/Dropbox/, etc.) but one thing you can do is just use softlinks on ...


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You could give this open source project a try http://code.google.com/p/youtube-upload/ Youtube-upload is a command-line script that uploads videos to Youtube. If a video does not comply with Youtube limitations (<2Gb and <15'), it will be automatically splitted before uploading. Youtube-upload should work on any platform ...


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You can do it with ge.tt for any kind of files; not only for html. I uploaded a file called hello.html and I'm getting a link to it which looks like this: http://ge.tt/4yK8elh Playing around I managed to get a direct link to the file, without downloading it, through this address: http://ge.tt/4yK8elh/hello.html Which finally redirects you to ...


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actually it's enough to uncheck "convert to google document" and upload it in the original format without conversion. Changing the filename did not work for me when I renamed to ".jpg" and then renamed the uploaded document back. I could upload and rename, but the filetype was still identified as "jpeg" and on download the file extension was reset to "jpg" ...


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You have nearly no control over facebook's internals. They are known to work on an eventual consistency basis, which could affect whether you see things that you post or upload, particularly from different devices and networks. I would advise re-uploading the video. You can always delete one of the copies if it turns up twice.


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box.net supports drag and drop file uploading, including images. However, you must be logged in first to upload. You can mark a folder as global to allow it to be view publicly.


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Google says not to worry unless "there is an egregious amount of bandwidth use." http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/Google+Docs/thread?tid=4abf7b6e6994865c&hl=en


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An .app is not a file, it's a folder. Mac OS X just hide that to make it easier to launch. And since standard web-based file uploader can't upload folders, you'll have to put it either in a .dmg or .zip it, to upload it.


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Use email upload to upload photos to Picasa Web Albums by sending them to a secret email address, especially useful from your mobile device. This allows you to stream and caption photos on-the-go. To get started, follow these steps: Sign in to your acount at http://picasaweb.google.com/. Click the gear icon in the top-right corner and choose ...


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I will assume your resume/CV is in LaTeX or TeX, since you already asked there. I used this method with my LaTeX resume the last time I was looking for work: Don't use fancy columns or layouts. PDF parsers seem to work from left to right, line by line, so text from columns get mixed together. Keep the text as one flow. Make it simple. Use a pdf to text ...


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This is likely because the Dropbox client uploads files in 4 MB chunks. https://www.dropbox.com/developers/core/api : "A typical chunk is 4 MB."


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Note that now that there is Google Drive, you can just drag-and-drop the folder from your file browser into the Google Drive webpage to import the whole folder (and keeping the file directory structure intact at the same time).


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there's quite a few. I'm fond of dropbox for this - while its primarily a file sync application, using the public folder allows you to give a direct link. Both the desktop application and web interface work well, and its free for 2gb + some bonus space.


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There's a Select hyperlink up at the top which will bring up a dialog box, which will allow you to upload in batch. That way you can download all of the files onto your desktop from the other site, and then batch upload them to minus. Hazarding a bit of a guess, I think what you are suggesting would be tricky due to measures against cross site scripting ...


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Make sure you're logged into both Gmail and Google Docs, then: Click on an email that has an attachment Click the "View" link This brings up the Docs view interface Click the "Save in Google Docs" button at the top right NOTE: This does not work for simple graphic files like JPEG, PNG, etc. They will just open in a new browser window. It does work with ...


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I've written a service that allows users to upload attachments to Google Docs via email. It's available at http://sendtogdocs.com


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You can enable the upload by email feature of Picasa. This will allow you to setup an email address to which you send an email with pictures that will be posted directly in a Picasa Album. More info here.


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When you open any video it will display the owner's name and the total amount of videos they have to the right, like below:



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