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Cloud Storage or Online Archiving places

I am thinking about put my digital pictures archives in cloud. It will be my second backup for these digital life records. The first backup is on my NAS at home. The original one is on my Desktop.

I need a remote backup, just in case. My previous solution is to burn these files into small DVD-Rs, which is 1.4GB capacity. I put them into safe box in TD Bank. The photos are back to 2001. I took by my first digital camera, Finepix2400.

pics-backups-in-dvd

It is old way. now it is time to move them to online archiving or cloud storage.

There are so many options right now. I am only consider the free storage.

Dropbox has 2GB free storage.

Microsoft OneDrive has 7GB free storage

Google Drive has 15GB free storage

Box has 10GB free storage

 

For me, I have more than above default new user limits. Because I refer some new user to them or I am a loyalty user.

Dropbox, I have 16GB

Microsoft OneDrive, I have 25GB

Google Drive, I have 15GB

Box.net, I have 50GB

 

So, my decision is to put my photo archives in Box.net. 50GB is enough for now.

 

 

How to Add +1 Button for particular URL

Yesterday, I post it to show how to add a Google +1 button.
It is easy when you just want the button for the page or URL which contain this button.

<g:plusone></g:plusone>

There is still some case like this. I have a page with the list of Posts. I would like to add +1 button to every post link.
google_plus_one_list_of_posts

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How to Add Google +1 Button

Google announce to release Google +1 Button to third party.
It is good tool for Blogger.
To add it on site, or blog like my MovableType blog, just two script need to be added.
1) Add following tag code to your head or just before your close body tag

<script type="text/javascript" src="http://apis.google.com/js/plusone.js"></script>

2)Place this tag where you want the +1 button to render

<g:plusone></g:plusone>

I put the first script into MovableType templates, including index, entry, page.
Then put the second script into the main menu part.
It is not on the post body, but shown on navigating menu.

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