Re: BBC podcast, Keeping Data Forever
Hi. I sent the file to four lists but only one person said they had trouble . Now I know what their problem is I've now re-uploaded it to Open Drive and included a streaming link as well as a download link.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I have a paid account with Send Space and with I.E. I have no problem downloading and in fact it is faster than using the Wizard unless you have a large amount to download and want to leave it unattended.
However with Chrome and despite having a Send Space paid account I get the verification screen and this is the case with Jaws and NVDA.
There are a lot of file sharing services around now but I don't share much stuff lately, not as much as I used to and at the moment if somebody has an issue with Send Space then Open Drive often sorts out the problem. Walter
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: 03 September 2020 22:34
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] BBC podcast, Keeping Data Forever
I only kept one copy of your message and the discussion may have occurred on
another list. One person said he couldn't find a download link. that could
be. I don't use Send Space much but at times, I am asked to solve a captcha
and I can use the site without challenge for awhile. But I use it so seldom
that I don't know how long that time is.
I would suggest using something like we transfer. I'll find the link if you
are interested. It doesn't hagve the danger of hacked advertising that has
been present on Send Space over the years. If you are using it for free,
you might get hacked advertising and have malware downloaded onto your
computer unless you use the context menu and use save as or save link as,
whatever your browser calls it to download without advertising. And We
Transfer doesn't lower download speed if yu use it for free.
From: Walter Ramage via groups.io
Sent: Thursday, September 03, 2020 1:56 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] BBC podcast, Keeping Data Forever
Hi. Below is a link to a BBC podcast. The programme is called People
Fixing The World and this podcast is "Keeping Data Forever."
You might find this interesting, the programme is broadcast on BBC world
Service. I'll Paste their blurb then the file download link. Walter.
We look at three radical new ways to save data: writing inside glass, saving
information to tiny magnets, and using the code of life – DNA – to save
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