How are you living digitally? Cloud, icloud, one, private cloud...Guidance most appreciated
Posted 30 December 2011 - 08:30 AM
I'm gearing up to become ready for the current world in which we live.
What I'm wondering is how is everyone accessing their data on the move?
Given Apple's some what 'take it or leave it' approach, I assume most Linux users have stayed away from the i devices?
I personally are thinking of setting up a "one" account through Ubuntu, which can be accessed through a browser. That way, I can access it at home on my Linux box, I can access on the move through Android devices "eg phones or tablets" or even windows pcs. For music I would probably use a generic MP3 player rather than the ipod path.
Does this sound wise? Does anyone else have another method they are using?
I am most interesting in hearing how people are managing this.
Posted 30 December 2011 - 09:25 AM
It is good to have yourself disconnected from the internet every then-and-now.
Love to have the feeling not being available for some time.
Posted 30 December 2011 - 10:33 AM
Had two Android phones, one Samsung (private), one HTC (work) which now is superceded by iPhone 4S (work - thanks for the present). Prefer the HTC, implementation of Android with HTC Sense is great user experience. Manage to survive disconnected, although with the phones I can still connect, but then it's just for email mostly.
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Posted 01 January 2012 - 10:25 AM
Have an iPad mainly for watching videos in bed nowadays :)/> I bought "air share" for iOS and have an air share server running on my media box which is under my TV (which runs ubuntu and xbmc)
Have an android phone for my daily social network whoring :)/> and email etc
Posted 15 January 2012 - 08:37 AM
If I need more than that, I may have to look into setting up private cloud, with a home/business based server thats remotely accessible.