We’re always looking for ways to e-mail large files without getting cut off by cranky e-mail providers. Those files may be pictures, videos or audio messages. Once upon a time, my friend Marc and I would make micro cassettes and mail our messages instead of writing letters. This could be a great alternative to plain email. People could actually hear the excitement, or sadness, in your voice rather than mis-reading words online.
As I’m sure you have discovered, e-mail folks set a limit on the size of files we can send – and when we exceed that limit they get nasty and bounce those great photos we tried to send to Grandpa.
This great place lets you upload files as large as 2 gigabytes — and there is no need to register or sign up. You simply upload your file and your link is instantly ready to email to your friends and colleagues. You can upload as many files as you want. Your files remain accessible for as long as they are being used and can be downloaded an unlimited number of times.
Great service and it’s on the house! Just click on the link in the first paragraph.