Microsoft has just increased its free SkyDrive online storage to 25 gigabytes per account, apparently aggressively competing with all the other online file storage and sharing services (aka Google). The user interface is super simple; and ranges from password-protected to public at your discretion.

I kinda wonder how much 'cloud' storage capacity one guy could amass these days if he really tried. a skynet full?

I also kinda wonder- what's really in it for the storage providers? Will it be like that tricky Facebook EULA? 8)