[p2p-hackers] Introducing BoxCloud

Ash Maurya ash at wiredreach.com
Sat May 6 15:34:07 UTC 2006

Should have mentioned that BoxCloud is a WiredReach application which  
is open source.


On May 6, 2006, at 10:01 AM, Sback wrote:

> Ash Maurya wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Wanted to share a new service we just launched called BoxCloud: A  
>> dead simple way to share files with people you know.
>> The part we are really excited about is the ability to share files  
>> with others right from your desktop but have them view them over a  
>> browser - with no additional software required. We strongly  
>> believe blurring the boundaries between the desktop and the web  
>> (User Centric Web or P2PWeb) needs to happen and creates more  
>> interesting opportunities for mash-ups. Head on over to http:// 
>> www.boxcloud.com if you are interested...
> Nice! But... what about source code? I think hackers are interested  
> in software but more in source code.
> Bye,
> Sback
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