Monthly Archives: September 2011

Infinite Storage for Life Winners: Ravi and Muhammad

Congratulations to our next two winners!

As we posted last week, we’re giving away infinite storage for life for two lucky people every day until October 31st. We’re excited today to announce our next two winners: Ravi and Muhammad. They are two bright developers from opposite ends of the globe, and are both very eager to use Bitcasa in order to store their pictures, movies, and documents!

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Ravi Balla
Twitter: @raviballa
From: Wixom, MI.
What I do: IT Applications Architect at General Electric
What I would do with infinite storage: Store and share everything I have. 


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Muhammad Ahsan Shafiq
Twitter: @ahsanshafiq
From: Lahore, Pakistan
What I do: Software Developer
What I would do with infinite storage: Store pictures, movies, documents. 

Infinite Storage for Life Winners: Zelle and Ryan

Congratulations to our next two winners!

As we posted last week, we’re giving away infinite storage for life for two lucky people every day until October 31st. We’re excited today to announce our next two winners: Zelle and Ryan. Zelle is a world traveller and freelancer who will take advantage of having her infinite hard drive always within reach. As a student, Ryan will be able to store all his important school documents, and never have to worry about running out of space for his music and photos. 

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Zelle Barillas
Twitter: @z3lle
From: Manila, Philippines
What I do: Writer, Web Designer
What I would do with infinite storage: I’m a frequent traveler and freelancer and I have been saving and syncing files to the cloud while working on the road. I can’t wait to save and sync tons of data (from plaintext files to design mockups in PSD format) with an infinite storage account. 


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Ryan Bone
Twitter: @ryan_bone
  From: Cleveland, OH
What I do: Student
What I would do with infinite storage: Store documents, pictures, music, anything and everything that seems worth saving. 

Infinite Storage for Life Winners: Ayoub and Amit

Congratulations to our next two winners!

As we posted last week, we’re giving away infinite storage for life for two lucky people every day until October 31st. We’re excited today to announce our next two winners: Ayoub and Amit. Both gentlemen are A+ in our book.

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Ayoub Bacherki
Twitter: @kingstoune
Website: n/a
From: Paris, France
What I do: Telecom Consulting
What I would do with infinite storage: Backup my photos and some rare music I accumulated for years. I’ll also use it for mobility when I travel around. 


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Amit Shanker
Twitter: @texens
Website: http://texens.in
From: Bangalore, India
What I do: Software Engineer
What I would do with infinite storage: well, for starters, I’m going to backup all my Photos, documents and Media files on Bitcasa so that I can access them anytime.. and if time permits, play with the Bitcasa API. 

Infinite Storage for Life Winners: Keith and Craig

Congratulations to our next two winners!

As we posted last week, we’re giving away infinite storage for life for two lucky people every day until October 31st. We’re excited today to announce our next two winners:  Keith and Craig.  Both Keith and Craig are going to use Bitcasa for one its most killer applications… storing photos.

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Keith Loo
Twitter: @keithmloo
Website: http://www.keithloo.com
From: Toronto, Canada
What I do: Founder of Visual Poetry
What I would do with infinite storage: I’m an avid photographer and videographer and am tired of using all of the other services to share my photos (I pay for three premium service). It’s great to know that I can have all my photos in one place and store it for life – infinitely. I love your product and look forward to using it. 


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Craig D. Page
Twitter: @craigdpage
Website: n/a
From: Sydney, Australia
What I would do with infinite storage: Back up photos, port large documents for work, think of some creative uses for infinite storage!

Infinite Storage for Life Winners: Mark and Marvin

Congratulations to our next two winners!

As we posted last week, we’re giving away infinite storage for life for two lucky people every day until October 31st. We’re excited today to announce our next two winners:  Mark and Marvin. Both hail from island nations in the South Pacfiic and will put infinite storage to great use.

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Mark Pesce
Twitter: @mpesce
Website: http://futurest.co
From: Sydney, Australia
What I do: Inventor, writer, educator, and broadcaster
What I would do with infinite storage: Keep copies of all my talks and lectures and performances – and all of the talks, lectures, and performances of the people I like!


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Marvin Ryan Vista
Twitter: @marvinvista
Website: http://gplus.to/marvinvista
From: Legazpi City, Bicol, Philippines
What I do: Web developer, photographer
What I would do with infinite storage: I will be using it on my windows machine(since I still don’t own a mac and pretty much not a linux guy), and eventually on my smartphone (once it goes live), syncing files, serving as my personal backup. With infinite storage i think I’ll ditch my old hard disk drive and switch to solid state.

Infinite Storage for Life Winners: Romulus and Marine

Congratulations to our next two winners!

As we posted last week, we’re giving away infinite storage for life for two lucky people every day until October 31st. We’re excited today to announce our next two winners: Romulus and Marine. Once again, we’re impressed with the breadth of international interest in Bitcasa.  From Bucharest to Buenos Aires and from Paris to Brisbane, congratulations!

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Romulus Maier
Twitter: @RomiMaier
Website: http://www.agora.ro
From: Bucharest, Romania
What I do: Managing Partner
What I would do with infinite storage: Test it and store my older documents, pictures, and music.


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Marine Mathieu
Twitter: @marinemat15
Website: http://magzinebiz,wordpress.com
From: Paris, France
What I do: Web & Mobile Engineer
What I would do with infinite storage:  Share pictures with my family, synchronize all my important personal docs and resources

Infinite Storage for Life Winners: Lisa and Parth

Congratulations to our next two winners!

As we posted last week, we’re giving away infinite storage for life for two lucky people every day until October 31st. We’re excited today to announce our next two winners: Lisa Brewster and Parth Shukla. We’re very impressed by both of their answers about what they would do with infinite storage. Congratulations Lisa and Parth. 

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Lisa Brewster
Twitter: @adora
Website: http://www.lisabrewster.com
From: Sunnyvale, CA
What I do: Developer / Product Manager / Web Designer
What I would do with infinite storage: Make sure I never lose a file ever, ever again.


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Parth Shukla
Twitter: @pparth
Website: http://www.pparth.net
From: Brisbane, Australia
What I do: IT
What I would do with infinite storage:  Store my travel photos for my backpacking trips! I can just imagine how my backpacking would improve with a very small netbook which has unlimited storage as well as no worry of losing the netbook or getting it damaged! I already have photos from 15 months of backpacking with my girlfriend and I think I would store these first (as backup!) But over the coming years I hope to stop buying hard drives and move all my documents and music onto Bitcasa as well! I read that you guys encrypt the data so that not even you can read it. This is a big plus for me as I hope to eventually sort the photos and sell them. It’s the biggest privacy plus and I think you out do dropbox in this aspect. Also by giving infinite space of course!

Infinite Storage for Life Winners: Cedric and Anibal

Congratulations to our next two winners!

As we posted last week, we’re giving away infinite storage for life for two lucky people every day until October 31st. We’re excited today to announce our next two winners. Today, we introduce Cedric (who we were fortunate to meet at TechCrunch Disrupt!) and Anibal, who like yesterday’s winner, Esteban, also hails from Argentina. Must be something in the water!

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Cedric Ingrand
Twitter: @cedric
Website: http://gplus.to/ced
From: Paris, France
What I do: Journalist
What I would do with infinite storage: Achieve zen-like peace of mind, archive my life, works, and memories. Share with family and friends. Never worry abotu privacy, or how much i should or shouldn’t store. I feel a wave of calm washing over me just writing this.

 

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Anibal Ardid
Twitter: @aardid
Website: http://www.ardid.com.ar
From: Buenos Aires, Argentina
What I do: Web Developer
What I would do with infinite storage: Backup of my images, music, share content, etc.

Infinite Storage for Life Winners: Adrian and Esteban

Congratulations to our next two winners!

As we posted last week, we’re giving away infinite storage for life for two lucky people every day until October 31st. We’re excited today to announce our next two winners. Today, both of our winners are from the Americas, but they just happen to live in the northenmost and southernmost countries.

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Adrian Kenny
Twitter: @kennyadr
Website: http://adriankenny.com
From: Sudbury, Ontario
What I do: User Interface & Icon Designer
What I would do with infinite storage: Going to use the unlimited storage for my freelance design work, and for college in the future!

 

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Esteban Ordano
Twitter: @eordano
Website: http://estebanordano.com
From: Buenos Aires, Argentina
What I do: Student at ITBA
What I would do with infinite storage: Sync up all my files and code.

Infinite Storage for Life Winners: Dan and Gary

Congratulations to our next two winners!

As we posted last week, we’re giving away infinite storage for life for two lucky people every day until October 31st. We’re excited today to announce our next two winners. They hail from two of the best college towns in the US: Austin and Cambridge, MA and they both work with large amounts of data on a daily basis. Perfect candidates for infinite storage for life!

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Dan Benjamin
Twitter: @danbenjamin
Website: http://5by5.tv
From: Austin, Texas
What I do: Broadcasting, writing, software development.
What I would do with infinite storage: Storage for our shows’ audio, photos, video, documents, you name it!

 

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Gary King
Twitter: @kinggary
Website: http://gking.harvard.edu
From: Cambridge, MA
What I do: Professor
What I would do with infinite storage: I will use the space to coordinate work between different machines.

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