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Use this straightforward tutorial on accessing the standard Youtube Cloud API, takes 10 mins to setup and gets the job done: http://www.cnx-software.com/2014/02/09/how-to-upload-youtube-videos-with-the-command-line-in-linux/ Google happens to have its own upload_video.py script, and I could make it work with some, or rather a lot of, efforts mainly ...


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Just email the photo to yourself (it can also serve as a backup of that picture). Or you can connect your iPhone to your computer via a USB cable. Or download a photo sharing app. Or use Dropbox. But if you want it quick, use apps that share photo via a web browser (using an IP address and port). You can download the free iOS app WiFi Photo Transfer. No ...


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With the help of fseventer I was able to find the location: /Users/{username}/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default/File System/ Replace {username} by the current user.


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@Andrew, I would recommend Insync - it's a client-based sync tool that runs on many OSes, including many Linux distros. It will cost you a very reasonable $15 one time - there's no recurring fee. It meets all your other requirements, including backing up the delta of the entire contents of the drive. Check out their page for Linux and their CLI reference ...


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I use key [ to delete gmail post I am currently reading ... by default keyboard shortcuts are disabled ... to activate this goto Gmail click on Settings cog -> Keyboard shortcuts -> On -> hit Save Changes at bottom ... for details see


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I think you have to turn on the keyboard shortcuts under setting.


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I'm from México using a Spanish-ISO keyboard on a MacBook. The shortcut doesn't work with Alt+# so I used the LAB tab on Gmail settings to add "Keyboard Shortcuts by Alan S" and it's working great!


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