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 Post subject: A new method for storing our stuff
PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2012 10:10 pm 
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Alright, I was fooling around Google when I came across a new program Google has made that will hopefully help with Project Revolver (hence forth 'PR')

This is the site for it.

It's called "Google Drive", which makes sense due to it basically being a small hard drive.
It can hold 5 GB's of data for free, with more data available for a fee.
I'll explain it fully in a second, but you upload stuff for a Cloud storage sort of thing. Such data can be shared with others. Revolver and I are hoping this will make it easier to share drafts, recordings, ect.
Any type of file can be uploaded as far as I know, but here's how each one can be viewed:

- MP3 needs to be downloaded
- iPod music files need to be downloaded
- Videos seem to be able to be viewed in Browser but can also be downloaded
- Text that's not "Google Documents" need to be downloaded, otherwise can be viewed,
- Pictures can be viewed, although I'll try other formats (I've only tried PNG) .
- Other type of files have to be downloaded,

The way it works is this:

1. Make a Google account in case you don't already. EDIT: I made a special account for us. The username is "TeamRevolverMisfits", PM me for the password.
2. Download Google Drive.
3. Install.
4. Put whatever files you want to be uploaded in the new "Google Drive" folder.
5. Wait.
6. The files will be in both places.

...That's about it. If you have any questions, feel free to post them.

-John



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