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By an astonishing coincidence, I just wrote an article on this too (for PC
World Online, though I'm patiently waiting to see when it goes up...). Two
things to note: i-drive (http://www.idrive.com) has the best balance between
ease of use and flexibility I've seen so far; also, FreeDiskSpace
(predictably, http://www.freediskspace.com) has ramped up to 300 MB (!!) of
storage space, *if* you're willing to give up some personal information.
It's come a long way since iMacFloppy.com's 3 MB "virtual floppy", hasn't