Aug 312014
 

Some time ago I posted an article about shelr.tv a website and a service that was made to allow you to share your terminal records directly from the website.

Now the website of shelr.tv seems dead and so I’ve took a look around to see if there are similar websites and I’ve found commands.com.

For what I can see from their homepage it’s a service similar to the other, so let’s test it.
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May 262013
 

Some days ago I’ve published an article about copy.com, a service similar to Dropbox where a copy of one of your folders is synchronized on the cloud, this is true for any computer where you install the copy.com/dropbox/ubuntu one applet and so you can easily share your documents among your computers and have a copy on the cloud.

But what if you don’t want to share a copy on the cloud of your documents but you need to quickly share a document among your computers ?
Usb stick is usually the best option, but there is also an alternative that use the local network to send data among computers: NitroShare

NitroShare is designed to be hassle-free in every aspect. Just install the application on any machine running Ubuntu or Windows and you’re all set. Each machine should discover all of the other machines on the local network. The application integrates with the operating system, using application indicators on Ubuntu and the system tray on Windows.

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