Today I would have like to have featured a couple of non-native flower species, but alas, I was a fool to trust in Google Drive. It's free and it's Beta, and I got just what I paid for. Like its Dropbox competitor, Google Drive is supposed to provide you with a few gigabytes of cloud storage for your files, which you can then access from another desktop or mobile device.
When I got up this morning, I saved a couple of Photoshop files into the Photoshop directory that I created on my Drive. God only knows where they are, but they aren't in my Drive space. On the chance that I was approaching my storage limit, I ruthlessly cleaned the files out of the account. That didn't seem to help.
I'm reading a section on common errors in Google Drive, and it says that synching can get stuck, and that I should restart Drive. Maybe that's the case, but there are no indicators that I can see. While I'm writing this, I logged into my home PC via LogMeIn. I just dragged the two "stuck" files from the Google Drive folder and put them into my Dropbox folder. Let's see how long this takes... (8:35 a.m.)
8:42... Oh, look, one of them is here...
Post Script: restarting the Google Drive process on my home machine seems to have fixed the problem for now, but neither have I tried my luck with any large files again.