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I wanted to share with you "drive", a small command line application for working with Google Drive on both Linux and OS X. Currently it is manual/explicit operation based as opposed to auto-sync, but that brings you more power/control moreover at the tips of your fingers. I have been working on drive in my free time, since 1st January 2015 and so far it has been a great experience interacting with users, fixing bugs, adding features and developing it. Hope you can find it useful -- please give it a try. Feedback is highly appreciated. Thank you.

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I'm working on a command line client for Google Drive with git-like interfaces, written in Go. Pull, push and publish files. It works on Mac OSX and Linux for now, and soon to support Windows. If you need a backup solution or require CLI to talk to Google Drive, give it a try.

There is a sneak peak why I'm not implementing a sync daemon instead of this client on https://github.com/rakyll/drive#why-another-google-drive-client

If you'd like to contribute, please do so.

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"One of the painful things about our time is that those who feel certainty are stupid, and those with any imagination and understanding are filled with doubt and indecision." ― Bertrand Russell

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CalDAV is back, CardDAV is now supported! XMPP federation is on my wishlist.

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Time to add "capulcu" to my bio, everyday I'm capuling...

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Shortcut files? I've been asked about them very frequently. On Google Drive, you can create shortcut files that act like soft links but redirects your users to a Web page instead of another folder/file. Shortcuts power you to launch any URL directly from Google Drive frontend!

To illustrate how they work, I decided to launch a bookmarking service that saves your reading list to your Drive. Firstly, point your browsers to http://www.drivemarks.org to add our bookmarklet. Then, feel free to fork the Github repo to launch your Pocket competitor for free ;-)

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Science Hack Day San Francisco is looking for sponsors! Know companies that might be interested in this awesomeness? http://sf.sciencehackday.com/sponsor/

+Paul Kinlan interviewed me. I essentially made a joke about his fame the first second we met. Through the interview I shitted my pants and not performed better than an high school kid.

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In case you missed +Ali Afshar's I/O talk and interested in Android, we released an application preferences syncer for Android SDK. Keep  the preferences of your users on Google Drive's appdata, sync across multiple devices and platforms.

Now it's your turn to use, fork and contribute! 
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