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File Sharing sites allow users to upload and download files of various types and sizes, and share them with other users. They may also be file hosting servers, which do not allow users to upload content but still serve as conduits for file transfers and downloads.
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WeTransfer

http://www.wetransfer.com

File Sharing

WeTransfer is a cloud-based file transfer service based in Amsterdam designed to send small to large files. WeTransfer users can send files up to 2GB in the free version, and a paid version is also available which includes a number of premium features such as 10GB transfer limit, transfer storage, password protection, personalized pages, sharing options, and more. The company is bootstrapped and was co-founded in 2009 and by Nalden.

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Imgur

http://www.imgur.com

Photo Sharing , Social Networks

Imgur is an online image hosting service founded by Alan Schaaf in 2009 in Athens, Ohio. Imgur describes itself as "the home to the web's most popular image content, curated in real time by a dedicated community through commenting, voting and sharing." It offers free image hosting to millions of users a day, and a comment-based social community. The company supports itself with revenue generated from ad sales, Pro accounts, commercial hosting and merchandise. On October 22, 2012, Imgur rel...

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4chan

http://www.4chan.org

Social Networks , Photo Sharing

4chan is a simple image-based bulletin board where anyone can post comments and share images. Users generally post anonymously, with the most recent posts appearing above the rest. 4chan is split into various boards with their own specific content and guidelines. Registration is not required, nor is it possible (except for staff). Launched on October 1, 2003, its boards were originally used for the posting of pictures and discussion of manga and anime, as the site was modelled on Japanese...

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500px

http://www.500px.com

Photo Sharing , Social Networks

500px, pronounced five hundred pixels, is an online photography community that was co-founded by Oleg Gutsol and Evgeny Tchebotarev (artistically also known as “Ian Sobolev”). The Toronto based startup launched its Web 2.0 version in 2009 and is aimed at aspiring and professional photographers; encouraging members to upload their best work. 500px is seen as a place to gain exposure, find inspiration and connect photographers with one another. 500px has an algorithm in place to allo...

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Travelzoo

Travelzoo

by WellRed

Dear Travelzoo,

This is a love letter. Are you beautiful? Mmmm... you're pretty but let's not be hyperbolic and say you're gorgeous. I mean, you're definitely not fugly or anything! (4 stars!) You could try a little harder but we all know that it's what's on the inside that counts....
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Revolutions

Revolutions

by mikeman911

Such a fantastic podcast!
Duncan has a knack for narrative history, taking all the disparate stories and facts and weaving it all together into a story that's fun and engaging.
It's also very well researched.
Would highly recommend to anyone with an interest in history.


craigslist

craigslist

by minio

I think the site looks dull now. I hope it evolves into more modern design. And also consider user experience.


The History of Byzantium

The History of Byzantium

by KrisA

I heartily agree with the reviews on this podcast series left so far by other listeners. I've not yet listened to Mike Duncan's History of Rome podcast (though I'm now inspired to do so), but the History of Byzantium podcast is a tour de force from Robin. He has done a sterling and balanced job...


The History of English Podcast

The History of English Podcast

by KrisA

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