Drop.io jumps in 'the stream,' goes real-time | The Social - CNET News
Now, file-sharing service Drop.io has opted to turn its "drops"--the pages where people can drag and drop any number of multimedia files and then password-protect them--into streams optimized for collaborative work. If you're working in one of them, it updates instantly for all users.There's also a new feature, much like in Google Docs, Zoho, and other collaboration tools, which lets all members looking at a given "drop" chat with one another. Drop.io has also turned on access to drops from third-party chat clients with Jabber support, like Adium and Pidgin.
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