33 Working with someone who doesn't have a Dropbox account? Are the regular shared folders or the Public folder not working for you? Then use AirDropper (airdropper.com) to send and receive files. It's Dropbox-compatible, so files transferred by AirDropper are accessible in Dropbox.
34 Instead of writing the minutes of a meeting by hand, record everything in audio and then upload the resulting .wav file to Dropbox. From there, you (or someone who works for you) can download it for transcription.
35 To share work files among coworkers, store them in Dropbox's Public folder; Control-click (or right-click) on a file in that folder, select Copy Public Link, and share that URL. Or share a folder: At dropbox.com, Control-click on a folder, and then select Invite To Folder and provide an email address. Or select Share A Folder from the top menu.
36 You can save money on postage by scanning large documents and then depositing the scans in Dropbox. It's a lot cheaper than sending those same documents via mail or some other delivery service.
37 If your teleconferencing service doesn't have its own file-sharing tools (or if you use a generic VoIP service like Skype for your phone meetings), use Dropbox to share the files you'll refer to on the call.
38 Have traveling workers store scanned receipts and expense reports in a Dropbox folder to which your accountants have access.
39 In projects that require multiple iterations of a document, use Dropbox's built-in backup as an ad hoc versioning system; if you need to roll back to an earlier version of a work file, you can.
40 Store your company-wide help files and policy documents in Dropbox. That way, when you update one of them, everybody can access the same new versions at the same time.
41 Copy photos to Dropbox, and share the URL with family and friends.
42 Keep your resume in a Dropbox folder and then send out a link to it to potential employers.
43 Post PDFs of the menus (take-out or otherwise) for local restaurants in a shared Dropbox folder, and then use that to coordinate meals out with friends and family.
44 Share a Dropbox folder with parents, and point their Macs to that folder as the source for desktop and screensaver images. Then, when you post pictures of your kids to that folder, they'll show up on the grandparents' machines automatically.
45 Keep a far-flung family up-to-date on the latest goings-on by posting personal newsletters to a shared Dropbox folder.