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Monday, November 20, 2006

MyFabrik Makes Sharing Files Easy

MyFabrik is an online storage site that's marketed toward bloggers and social networkers. In the jargon, they want to turn personal media into social media. You can easily upload and share your images and videos. To make it extra convenient, links can be auto-generated that lead to images, slide shows, and photostrips; all popular uses among the social networking crowd. Although there is a lot of competition in providing storage space for the teeming MySpace masses, MyFabrik has the advantage of a good UI that lets users manage their files like they do on their own computers. Folders and slick buttons make it easy to categorize and navigate your collection, and you can even drag-and-drop old files into a trash bin. Currently, users can get 2GB of free storage.

MyFabrik's niche focus might help it attract more users than its peers in the online storage space, but it also invites comparisons to sites like Photobucket and Webshots that also let users share media. Of course, in some ways, it's an artificial distinction between online storage and sharing media. Both attempt to do the same thing, but package it differently.


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