Online storage for files is a crowded space. We've seen several options to send large files, now some of them have added features of having a folder online to save the files you send. I knew Amazon was interested in online distributed storage services, but now it seems they are almost ready to unveil a service soon, called Dynamo. Others like "Wuala, your files online" bring free distributed storage for Internet users. I am not sure I am ready to transfer my entire music folder online yet, but the website seems to offer a good service (no guarantee on how long they will last). I have long wanted an online storage service that enables a drive letter mapped to it (You know, like having a K: drive or a Z: drive show up on My Computer)...today I found one that does exactly that -- who.hasfiles. It gives you a 100MB free option, after that its $1/GB/month which to me sounds very reasonable, especially in theory since it will replace your USB drive. While I am at it, let me tell you Adobe has launched an online storage service called Adobe SHARE (Lousy name and still in Beta). Okay, so now that I have options, I have to figure out what to upload where, and how to keep track of it.