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Space Monkey gets a running start in its attack on DropBox, and more down-to-earth startups win awards, too.
Real problems solved by real companies. Wake up! What's not to love?
DocStoc is opening up its Web store to pretty much anyone this week, which means anyone with a "professional" document will be able to sell it online, through DocStore.
Docstoc is opening up a store for publishers to sell their creations. The new service lets users preview, then buy documents that can be viewed in the browser, or downloaded to portable devices.
Users who upload content to the site will get half of the Google ad revenue. But you still can't sell content outright on the service.
The new service puts little pop-up previews on linked up Web documents.
Ever wanted to put your documents in the cloud without having to do all the heavy lifting? Docstoc now offers a way to sync your local docs with what's online.
Scribd is unveiling a new way for people to view documents via its service--by sending them to mobile phones and e-reader devices.
Upload documents on the fly with Docstoc.
Yet another company is getting into the hosted documents game. This time it's Embedit.in, a service that focuses specifically on private and site-specific document hosting.