The Wall Street Journal has a very good technology editor, Walter Mossberg. He's very practical and writes for people like me - a little bit of technical knowledge (like I know how to turn on the computer and set the clock on a VCR), but not much more then that.
Here's an article that was on aol from the Journal AOL News - An Easier Way to Send Large Email Attachments
This week, we tested a new, free, application called Pando that aims to solve this problem without requiring you to use an intermediary Web site. Pando lets you email huge attachments -- up to one gigabyte each -- to anyone, without breaching email size limits, or clogging anyone's inbox. It comes in versions for both Windows and Macintosh computers, available for downloading at www.pando.com.
It sounded fishy to us, too, but Pando, from Pando Networks Inc., performed really well in our tests -- even in its current "beta," or trial, stage. It's simple, fast, and effective, and it solves the large-attachment problem.