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The Cambridge Conference on Natural Law: Comments on the Papers

I will be participating in a conference on natural law at the University of Cambridge on March 4th, at the Lecture Theatre LG 18, Faculty of Law.The papers for the conference can be found in a Dropbox file.My paper is entitled "The Darwinian...Show More Summary

5 Brilliant Dropbox Apps You Didn’t Know You Needed

Dropbox is among the oldest cloud storage services still active today, and it has its fair share of loyal users. But so many of them only use the default Dropbox app and nothing else. Third-party developers have made some fantastic Dropbox tools that every user should know of. Show More Summary

When backups go bad: The problem with using network drives with Time Machine

4 days agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

Everyone needs to backup their data. No matter what’s on your Mac, if you lose files, you’ll be in a pickle. You may be able to work solely in the cloud, using services such as Dropbox, Google Docs, or Microsoft Office, but there are...Show More Summary

This little device is the cheapest, fastest cloud storage you can buy

Mainstream cloud services from companies like Google, Apple, Microsoft, and Dropbox are great. You don't have to worry about a physical hard drive cluttering your workspace or having to carry it around. All your stuff is in the "cloud,"...Show More Summary

How Dropbox Paper Takes on Google Docs and Office Online

Dropbox Paper advances Dropbox from a file sharing and cloud storage service to a collaborative online document editor. Paper will establish the service alongside other collaborative tools such as Google Docs and Microsoft Office Online and this is a tough market to enter. Show More Summary

How to Disconnect and Uninstall Google Drive From Your PC

My journey across cloud storage services has been wild and hectic over the past few years, and I can confidently say that two of them sit above the rest in terms of usability and value: Dropbox and Google Drive. Between the two, I prefer Dropbox because it’s so hands-free. Show More Summary

5 Reasons You Might Ditch Google Docs For Dropbox Paper

Hey Google—there’s a new lightweight, web-based, word processing tool in town and it’s called Dropbox Paper. After more than a year of beta testing, the app is finally available to anyone with a Dropbox account. It might not be loaded with as many features as Google Docs, but there’s still plenty to love that sets it… Read more...

Apple a ‘contributing’ sponsor of BSides security conference in San Francisco

Apple has been revealed as a sponsor of the BSides security conference currently taking place in San Francisco. Apple is listed as a “contributing” sponsor of the conference, joining companies such as Netflix, Google, and Dropbox. more… Filed under: Apple

Finesse Lets You Schedule Your Dropbox Files For Deletion

Web: Your Dropbox storage is limited, so you don’t want to waste it on files that you won’t need in the future. Finesse lets you schedule certain files in Dropbox to be deleted when you’re done with them. Read more...

Swiftype launches a new product to help companies search across Dropbox, Office, G Suite and more

Swiftype started out helping publishers like TechCrunch offer better site search, but it’s been expanding into other areas like customer support and e-commerce. Now it’s making its biggest leap yet, with the launch of an enterprise search product. Show More Summary

Performance Anxiety

s.e. smith On Sunday night, almost 100 tech companies, including big names like Facebook, Apple, Google, Netflix, Github, Uber, Lyft, Dropbox, eBay, and numerous other companies delivering services you probably use and possibly chill to pretty regularly signed on to a lawsuit against the Trump Administration. Show More Summary

Google’s Material Design lead is moving to Dropbox

Developers and users who love Google’s Material Design language have Nicholas Jitkoff to thank for the inventive, yet simple visual philosophy that’s been adopted to build the interfaces of the company’s own products and thousands of Android apps. Show More Summary

Google’s Material Design team leader departs to join Dropbox

Nicholas Jitkoff, the lead designer for Google’s Material Design team, has departed the company to join Dropbox as its new VP of Design.

Dropbox snags former Googler to lead design team

Nicholas Jitkoff joins Dropbox team as VP of Design. Dropbox has expanding its pool of design talent, announcing Nicholas Jitkoff has joined the company as the new VP of Design. Jitkoff previously led Google's Material Design team, where...Show More Summary

Google Material Design principal Nicholas Jitkoff joins Dropbox as head of design

Dropbox today said it has named Nicholas Jitkoff — former lead designer for Google’s Material Design team — as its VP of design. This comes on the heels of a suite of announcements Dropbox made last week, including the launch of itsShow More Summary

10 Signs You're Addicted To Technology

2 weeks agoHumor : Funny or Die

10 Signs You're Addicted To Technology 5) Your scroll thumb is worn to the bone. Submitted by: Pitch Regular Keywords: Technology Addiction Signs Tech Millennials iphones dropbox google iTunes Views: 1,664

96 Companies, Including Apple And Google, Are Objecting To Trump's Muslim Ban

Yesterday, 96 companies -- including Apple, Google, Dropbox, eBay, uBer, Twitter, Spotify and a host of others -- filed legal documents that object to President Trump's Muslim ban. But they're not just doing it because it's the right thing to do. The filing makes it clear that Trump is disrupting business. More »      

97 tech companies large and small sign a legal brief opposing Trump's #muslimban

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Apple, Twitter, Snap, Uber, Airbnb, Lyft, Dropbox, Cloudflare, Box, eBay, GitHub, Kickstarter, Indiegogo, Medium, Mozilla, Patreon, Paypal, Pinterest, Reddit, Salesforce, Spotfy, Stripe, Wikimedia, Yelp,Show More Summary

Dropbox Launches New Collaboration Tool, More News from Apple, Weebly

Dropbox officially got in the collaboration business this week. Read about its developments and more in this week's small business news and information roundup.

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