i can also upload a few games I have onto youtube, specify a timeframe for you guys to view, then delete it after a short period to avoid any legal troubles.
that would be pretty cool!
there was actually a china-based online TV service i found around the time of the indiana series that apparantly showed the games, but it was pretty buggy. if i find anything this year i'll certainly post it. sucks being in philly not having access to YES...
actually for the next 2 lucky people to PM me, I will stream you a hard copy of Heat @ Nets 040206 Nets 90 Heat 78 on a dummy AIM account. just make up a AIM account (or use you real one if you don't mind) and we'll link up and I'll send you something.
i can't give unlimited uploads because my school has a bandwidth cap.
any idea how to split file that? im not very good at this stuff.
if you fire up winzip one of the main commands (there's also a little icon for it) is "split". choosing that will open a search box where you can specify the segment size (250mb would be logical) and the file to split.
this should then generate three .zip files of about 250mb, 250 and 200 in size which can be uploaded to rapidshare. altho the files upload a little slowly (around 20-30 B/sec) they will download fairly quickly (around 50-70 B/sec). the more times they get downloaded the longer they will be automatically hosted. that's how rapidshare works, anyway. btw it's best to sign up first under a user name instead of uploading anonymously. that way it's a little easier to manage your uploads, including giving you a file-management screen which tells you how many times each file was downloaded.