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Slideswhat I wanted to convey re my

2013-01-31 17:46:15.843873+00 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

Slides+what I wanted to convey re my #pclouds talk on Tuesday eve at http://www.flutterby.com/archi...oudsTalk/PersonalCloudsTalk.html

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#Comment Re: made: 2013-01-31 22:31:07.511252+00 by: Dan Lyke [edit history]

Currently Flutterby mail is hosted by GMail, mostly because of one particular mailing list that someone with a virus exposed to the outside world, and my client based spam filtering wasn't treating right.

So, yeah, I use Google for mail and calendar sharing.

I did get Sparkleshare working, but for the most part copying files between devices isn't something I need a lot of help with.

I also think that, except for us nerds, "personal clouds" have to be built on functionality that we're not currently getting for free.

#Comment Re: made: 2013-01-31 20:11:25.297727+00 by: meuon

I recently bought a Samsung Note II, Lovely android device, incredible google/cloud app integration. Almost none of it relates to my hard core basic Linux desktop/Laptop uses and personal or business requirements for security. I'm trying to find/make time to create my own personal "everything shared inside of my own personal bubble" world work seamlessly, and the Android phone is missing those basics, on purpose. It has those tools with Gdrive, gmail..gcalendar.. G-everything, and allows outside of it's bubble uses of Evernote, Skype, etc.. But it's options for inside of MY bubble are limited.