So, I was looking a place to store some of my private data, such that I could access it conveniently when I needed to. By "conveniently", I mean over a web browser at a friend's place, or in an Internet cafe.
It turns out that outside of setting up an encrypted filesystem on a remote server (or doing something similarly convoluted), there really aren't any other options.
The type of information that I need to store is usually of the personal kind, e.g., passport numbers, emergency contacts, financial or health information, etc. Basically, I'd like to have easy access to any information that comes in handy during an emergency but can't be easily carried around.
I also really wanted to do something cool with Google App Engine and jQuery.
So, I wrote this: Vex Crypto (you need a Google account to log in.)
This essentially means that even people who have access to the stored data will not be able to decode it without the "decryption password".
Try it out and let me know what you think.