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Topic # 100115 3-Apr-2012 20:56
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Hi,

What would be the fastest way to upload approx 125gb of Music to Google Music,
Does any one know if there any publicly accessible connections that sit on a fat pipe?(ie library's that are blazingly fast or some corporate connection) that I can just chug this all out on in say an hour or 2?

I have tried using Auckland Uni, but I quickly maxed out my Data Quota, im all for a bit of Social Engineering to get this working as well and or dont mind paying a few $$. Anyone have any ideas?

Home BBand connection is quoting like 45Days of straight uploading to dump it to the cloud. (not a chance).

Cheers.

 

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  Reply # 604763 3-Apr-2012 20:58
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125GB or gb?

ignore this GB in thread title

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  Reply # 604764 3-Apr-2012 20:59
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I had the same problem with my Crashplan account. I was looking at around 5-6 months to upload everything so I had to cancel in the end.


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 604765 3-Apr-2012 20:59
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johnr: 125GB or gb?


GB otherwise known as 10^9 Bytes. Thanks for your insights. 

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  Reply # 604820 3-Apr-2012 22:09
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nzpat:
johnr: 125GB or gb?


GB otherwise known as 10^9 Bytes. Thanks for your insights. 

Aside from the fact i've never heard of anyone measuring their music collection in bits. Maybe bits per second though. 

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  Reply # 604829 3-Apr-2012 22:34
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PM me if you want. I have access to both 100mbps and 1gbps internet connection. You won't get that speed though unless you are opening heaps of connections I do warn.





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