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Invitations For Windows Live Mesh Preview And Evernote Beta

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#1 skyfuser


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Posted 31 May 2008 - 11:54 PM

Pretty self-explanatory. I have 2 Windows Live Mesh Preview invitations. For those that don't know what it is, check this out. There's 5GB of space, and YOU also have 2 invites, so you can invite your own friends!

I also joined Evernote Beta from Giveawayoftheday, and I have 20 invites. You get access to future releases as well as YOUR own 20 invites. Also ability to download Evernote Portable for Windows. Those that don't know what Evernote is, look here.

And here is the standard beta warning: Please note, that this software is being released as a Beta so that you can help troubleshoot/report bugs and provide suggestions back to the developers before it is finalized and released. If you decide to beta this software, it should not be relied upon for any "mission critical" purpose as there is no guarantee that the software will function as advertised.

PM me with your email if you're interested. I love these 2 applications, and if you get it, I only ask that you spread the love and allow other beta testers to join :thumbsup: I will not use your email for malicious purposes such as spamming, hacking, etc.
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