Over on the right, under Resources, there is a link to a "Document Store". That's where I keep various bits of code and other texts. The TempLS material is there, for exam/noscript>ple. I had been keeping it on a location on drop.IO.
Steve Mosher warned me that drop.IO has been taken over by Facebook, and
will be closing. I looked around, and discovered that there is a much
better alternative. Google Sites allows users, free, to set up a site with
100 Mb of space, to which you can upload files, images, etc. It also offers
a range of templates replete with gadgets.
So I have set one up. It's a bit of a work in progress. The templates are
impressive, but none quite matched. I chose a project template, which has
lots of facilities, but some not really appropriate management talk. I've
tried to keep that to a minimum.
So if you go to the new Document store you'll
see a home page, with some intro stuff (not much yet), and a pointer to a
page of "Project
Documents". This is the new repository. The Google facility allows me
much more freedom in writing descriptive text (so I'll have to do it :().
I'll also use it to host images - I've set up a "Picture Gallery". There's
no real reason to look at that, as it's just for images to link in to
posts, but you can if you want. I had been using TinyPic, but I don't need to do that any more.
I'll also transfer to it ongoing items like the category index of posts, and the temperature tracking page. I'll also make an updated TempLS page and keep it there.
The links within past posts still point to drop.IO, and I probably won't fix many of them. But you can always use the link under resources.
One merit of the new scheme is that I can link to individual files.
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