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Share Media is a four-person, bootstrapped company that aims to take on Kim Dotcom. Their service, basically a way to drag and drop files and instantly share them with others, offers 100GB free with a file size limit of 2GB. As of this writing Kim Dotcom’s Mega has an upward limit of 50GB of storage and competitors are essentially in the same range.

Thankfully files shared on the service are not encumbered by any false download queues or “pro vs. free” speed reductions. You can grab this file without seeing ads if you so desire and the company is sharing 500 million files already. The UI is as simple as Crate’s and is aimed at the IT dev and the casual sharer.

Traffic is still slow but it’s slowly picking up. “We are taking additional time to understand the specific needs of our early adopters and making specific changes to…

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