Pownce is a way to send stuff to your friends. Users can send music, photos, messages, links, events, and other file of up to 100mb to 250mb for pro users via the Pownce web site or through lightweight desktop software (available for Windows and Mac environments; Linux coming soon). Only the people you choose get to see what you sent.
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