January 2012 4
It’s the start of a new week and back to business as usual here at MediaFire – which means the team is hard at work on more updates and improvements to the site. Today we released another update to the codebase with some very cool new enhancements.
Enhancement 1: HTML5 localStorage
Recently there has been extensive media coverage of the United States Government’s shut down of MegaUpload.com which has drawn attention to the entire cloud storage market as a whole. While I can’t speak to the allegations against MegaUpload, I’d like to just take this opportunity to clarify some misconceptions about MediaFire that I’ve seen recently.
Today MediaFire joins millions of Internet users, entrepreneurs and the growing number of responsible internet companies including Google, Facebook, Reddit, Twitter, Wikipedia, Mozilla and Yahoo in opposition to the proposed HR3261 (SOPA) and S968 (PIPA). These two proposed legislations – the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) in the U.S. House of Representatives, and the PROTECT
From all of us here at MediaFire to all of you and yours – Happy New Year, everyone!
Here are some tips you can use with MediaFire to help you stay better organized in 2012:
Archive old files
Information overload isn’t just a catch-phrase. The longer you have your system, the more stuff you collect