A look inside storage service Box.net

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I’m still hard at work at PodTech getting videos until my last day there on January 14th.

Here’s a look at Box.net, a cool storage service. Put your files up here.

Demo of the service
(embedded on this post).
Interview with the founder/CEO.

Thanks Aaron for inviting me over to see your latest features!

37 thoughts on “A look inside storage service Box.net

  1. haven’t used box.net ever …
    but keep hearing about it all the time …
    so am gonna check it out now …
    with all the positive comments here … i think its gonna be a great …

  2. haven’t used box.net ever …
    but keep hearing about it all the time …
    so am gonna check it out now …
    with all the positive comments here … i think its gonna be a great …

  3. haven’t used box.net ever …
    but keep hearing about it all the time …
    so am gonna check it out now …
    with all the positive comments here … i think its gonna be a great …

  4. I also like it very much, and the integration that it has with Netvibes is very good… But my only problem is with the sharing feature, sometimes it does not work as expected… by the end of the day, it’s the user interface and the experience what matters in this industry.

  5. I also like it very much, and the integration that it has with Netvibes is very good… But my only problem is with the sharing feature, sometimes it does not work as expected… by the end of the day, it’s the user interface and the experience what matters in this industry.

  6. I also like it very much, and the integration that it has with Netvibes is very good… But my only problem is with the sharing feature, sometimes it does not work as expected… by the end of the day, it’s the user interface and the experience what matters in this industry.

  7. rocmanac

    yes a lot of BT/Ex BT people enjoyed watching that

    probaly would have offered a video text service which must have been developed around the same time.

    You can tell its realy old as it referers to Dollis Hill as the home of the labs – this is where Tommy Flowers(designer of colossus) worked.

    this is all pre Fiber you can tell from the emphasis on microwave – theres still the remains of some experimental waveguide stuff near the current home of the Labs near Ipswitch.

  8. rocmanac

    yes a lot of BT/Ex BT people enjoyed watching that

    probaly would have offered a video text service which must have been developed around the same time.

    You can tell its realy old as it referers to Dollis Hill as the home of the labs – this is where Tommy Flowers(designer of colossus) worked.

    this is all pre Fiber you can tell from the emphasis on microwave – theres still the remains of some experimental waveguide stuff near the current home of the Labs near Ipswitch.

  9. rocmanac

    yes a lot of BT/Ex BT people enjoyed watching that

    probaly would have offered a video text service which must have been developed around the same time.

    You can tell its realy old as it referers to Dollis Hill as the home of the labs – this is where Tommy Flowers(designer of colossus) worked.

    this is all pre Fiber you can tell from the emphasis on microwave – theres still the remains of some experimental waveguide stuff near the current home of the Labs near Ipswitch.

  10. You can get over 500GB of storage from dreamhost.com for the same kind f price range as the 15GB on there. They also provide subversion which is a must for me. Unless you’re a comlete non-techy why not just get better value for money by using regular web hosting for storage?

  11. You can get over 500GB of storage from dreamhost.com for the same kind f price range as the 15GB on there. They also provide subversion which is a must for me. Unless you’re a comlete non-techy why not just get better value for money by using regular web hosting for storage?

  12. You can get over 500GB of storage from dreamhost.com for the same kind f price range as the 15GB on there. They also provide subversion which is a must for me. Unless you’re a comlete non-techy why not just get better value for money by using regular web hosting for storage?

  13. Hmm… Box.net looks interesting. I’m currently using Amazon S3 for my online backup solution.

    @Maurice: That video is freakin’ funny. Of course, I wonder, how fast of internet can one get on that big coaxial cable?

    -A

  14. Hmm… Box.net looks interesting. I’m currently using Amazon S3 for my online backup solution.

    @Maurice: That video is freakin’ funny. Of course, I wonder, how fast of internet can one get on that big coaxial cable?

    -A

  15. Hmm… Box.net looks interesting. I’m currently using Amazon S3 for my online backup solution.

    @Maurice: That video is freakin’ funny. Of course, I wonder, how fast of internet can one get on that big coaxial cable?

    -A

  16. Re videos promoting new tech/companies

    A mate of mine used to be somthing VVV senior in BT /Motarola just posted which is a view from the late 60′s on how telecoms might look in the 90′s

    Interesting the mention wifi as a possible local loop back then

  17. Re videos promoting new tech/companies

    A mate of mine used to be somthing VVV senior in BT /Motarola just posted which is a view from the late 60′s on how telecoms might look in the 90′s

    Interesting the mention wifi as a possible local loop back then

  18. Re videos promoting new tech/companies

    A mate of mine used to be somthing VVV senior in BT /Motarola just posted which is a view from the late 60′s on how telecoms might look in the 90′s

    Interesting the mention wifi as a possible local loop back then

  19. this is a great service! It took me just a few minutes to sign up, and now I have an online storage area for my files I use for my work blogging Jericho. This is great because I need to share my work with others and now without any hassle what so ever I can.

    Thanks for the heads up :-)

  20. this is a great service! It took me just a few minutes to sign up, and now I have an online storage area for my files I use for my work blogging Jericho. This is great because I need to share my work with others and now without any hassle what so ever I can.

    Thanks for the heads up :-)

  21. this is a great service! It took me just a few minutes to sign up, and now I have an online storage area for my files I use for my work blogging Jericho. This is great because I need to share my work with others and now without any hassle what so ever I can.

    Thanks for the heads up :-)

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