Like it or not, Dropbox is Internet glue.
It’s grown beyond ‘just’ file-syncing, and is now a universal ‘online disk’ for web and mobile apps. Often those apps access the user’s absence to do ‘useful stuff’ triggered by an external event or allowing long tasks to complete without the user waiting.
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Rather enjoying our day out to see Thomas.
I had to intervene. Mummy has no serious appreciation for heavy rail infrastructure planning and all it involves.
I am absolutely unwavering in my support for local small businesses.
As a family we are all-in on Apple Photos… Our images are ‘magically there’ on phones, tablets and laptops. We share photo streams with family and make albums of important events. And whilst we mostly use iCloud to sync images, it’s reassuring to know they are all backed-up ’in the cloud’ too.
But I don’t trust Apple’s copy to be my only copy – we talked about this in detail on this week’s 361 Podcast.
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