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How moving unused or rarely used files from Dropbox’s hot storage to deepfreeze.io’s cold storage reduced my storage costs and made my Dropbox account more manageable.

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    I’d like to point out that Google Drive is a cheap alternative. They have a 1TB at $10/mo option while Dropbox is 500GB at $550/mo (converted from yen pricing).

    Unfortunately I can’t switch myself because Google Drive lacks Linux support.

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      I hear there is an alternative called Grive. Haven’t tried it out yet, but it might be what you want for your linux box.

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      I assume this uses AWS Glacier?

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        Good call, it seems to use a combination of S3 and Glacier. It’s interesting how many businesses there seem to be in providing nice APIs to AWS. Cf heroku, docker, dropbox, vagrant.