Dropbox is staging its second Dropquest online challenge this weekend. Everyone who completes it gets a free extra 1GB on their Dropbox account, while there are bigger prizes for those who finish first. It’s not the most hassle-free way to get extra Dropbox storage, but if every little gigabyte helps, set some time aside for it. [Dropquest via OzBargain]
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