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    Possible to allow audio files to be DL to accts and then into postings?

    Many have those little recorders (I have one) and the file sizes can be very small ...

    cannot find a site like postimage.org to link to regarding audio
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    Have you thought about using Google docs?
    I used it for hosting all the files related to my Sugar Hill park incident.

    https://drive.google.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallschirmjäger View Post
    Have you thought about using Google docs?
    I used it for hosting all the files related to my Sugar Hill park incident.

    https://drive.google.com
    need a google acct

    no sites for audio dumping w/o acct unlike pdfs and other documents

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmcbeth View Post
    need a google acct
    And this is a non-starter with David McBeth because you ... don't want anyone to know your secret identity?

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    YouTube, Flickr, Photo Bucket, and about twelve dozen others all allow you to upload audio files.

    Is the problem technical? Or is it that you want to be able to do so anonymously, without having to create an account?

    If the latter, MOST of them only require a valid e-mail address. If you create that with a false name and access it via a proxy, your identity, including your IP address, physical location, etc. are safe. What you see on TV, with them identifying someone "bouncing off servers" all over the world is nothing but pure Hollywood horse hockey. That's the way it looks for normally routed traffic. That's not the way it works with proxy servers.
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