Dropmark makes it possible for users to share files easily by the drag and drop method. A few other web applications can be used to do this, however Dropmark offers more features. It can be used to create a presentation, create sideshows, as well as it makes it easy to collaborate with others.
First you make a set of files, after that you drag and drop the files you created into your browser, and then you think of the best way to share your collection, after the files must have finished uploading. You can choose to share the files with individuals or make it public. Your collection can be used to create a presentation or a photo slideshow. You can even include whole websites and video. It is also possible to add music from Vimeo and SoundCloud and YouTube videos. The creators of Dropmark produced Choose Your Ipsum as some kind of demonstration for anyone that would like to view a sample of a website collection.
If you do not wish to get to the Dropmark website in order to get your files uploaded, you have the option of installing a browser extension which will introduce a sidebar with which will enable you insert files to your collection. At the moment, Safari, Firefox and Chrome are supported; however it is possible to insert a bookmarklet to all other browsers also.
On the whole, using Dropmark is quite exciting and it is an easy way to create a presentation with collections of all types of things on the internet, which could be the any type of content or the file you have uploaded. Initially when you register, you will be given 250 megabytes of storage space free of charge, however if you wish to upgrade to 25 megabytes, you will have to pay $48 per year.