It's every student's worst nightmare. You're walking to class, trip, and then suddenly your [semi]productive academic life is over. Your laptop hits the pavement and sojourns to where all good laptops go when they die.
Wait… don't despair! If you use this amazing new tool, your academic career can soldier on. humyo is a new file storage site with the typical web 2.0 features, quirky name and symbol, rounded lowercase letters on logo, and simple/funky colors.
What IS not typical is the 30GB of free storage! Yep, that is 30 Gigabytes… as in 30,000 Megabytes. 25GB are allocated for music, videos, and photos, and 5 GB for things such as: documents, PDFs, PowerPoints, etc. Backup all that troublesome homework.
This site makes big strides forward and not just 30 gigs of free storage; it is all streamable! It's no longer necessary to download the file or song. Access or play it right from the net. It's even possible to edit files and save the changes online.
To wrap it all up, humyo has a desktop client that can synchronize your documents, and keeps them backed up online. This can sync multiple computers, and functions like another drive (14 day trial for the desktop client).
This tool is so powerful and useful; unbelievably, it's free. (An upgrade is available to 100 GB for $70 a year only ~only $6 a month)
Don't risk your laptop being stolen or failing; back-up your computer with humyo!