My Nokia 6300 behaves like a flash or thumb drive when I connect it to a computer using an USB cable. I think this should be standard functionality nowadays. Cellphones are replacing the Filofax and MP3 players. I can read mail on my cellphone, take pictures and movies. It contains an 4GB memory stick, sometimes even more. So why do I need to carry this silly thumbdrive with me?
If you have an iPhone with the 2.0 firmware, unlimited dataplan, and maybe even MobileMe, you may already have found a solution for carrying all kinds of data with you. If you haven’t, maybe DataCase is something for you. It will allow you to turn your iPhone into a (network) drive and put stuff on there to take with you.
Please note that at the time of this writing, DataCase is in closed Beta testing.