Anyone taken a look at Krunch (featured on LifeHacker today). The service allows you to upload files, “krunch” them (compress them in a number of common formats) or “unkrunch” them (uncompress them), and download the results. It’s a cute way to solve the problem of not having a utility on your system to perform compression or decompression for a specific compression type.
Or so it claims.
Then again, maybe that’s the way things are going – nobody seems to mind that all their online webmail service provider is reading their email, or their desktop search provider is reading their hard drives. Why would files be any different?