What's really useful about Insync is that you can manage multiple Google accounts. If you're used to dealing with more than one account,
you know this can be kind of a pain even with multiple sign-in enabled, so being able to combine them into one location can be very useful. Insynch,
All your storage costs are through Google, so you get 1GB for free and additional space is very cheap. Currently Google charges $5/year for 20GB, $20/year for 80GB, $50/year for 200GB, and so on (up to 1TB).
To compare, Dropbox charges $50/year for 50GB and $100/year for 100GB.
Since Insync allows you to essentially sync whatever you want to your Google Docs account, it's quite a bit cheaper space-wise.
If you've been looking for a good Dropbox alternative you'll want to take a look at Insync.
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Q: submitted by Blake
Me and my partner used to have sex quite a lot. By quite a lot, I mean 3-4 times every day. It started to die down quite rapidly, mainly because I got sick and tired of sex, I refused to have it.
Now, we have spontanious sex, which in my opinion is definately the best sex, where as before we were mainly just having passing-time sex.
I'd say we're having sex about once or twice a month, which isnt exactly ideal for my man. I want to please him but I don't seem to get ANY pleasure from sex anymore. In fact, I would almost consider it a turn off.
Basically, Has anyone been through this before? If so, is it just a minor hiccup in our relationship and will soon blow over? Or is it now a door that may not open again?
I strongly suggest you have a good, long talk with him about possibly experimenting with new ideas in the bedroom, specifically to find new ways of giving YOU pleasure, and not just pleasure for him. Sex is a two-way dance, you can't just be thinking about yourself. If you act selfish in the bedroom it can make things awkward, uncomfortable and UN-pleasurable in a nano-second. I'm going to assume he is still getting pleasure out of it,
but now it's time you include YOU in some of that pleasure, before this starts to hurt your entire relationship all together, not just in the bedroom.