Today I sahre two tools for shairng large files with your clients. The first one I talk about is Dropbox. This has a great syncronizatino feature so you can set up a dropbox and everything you upload to it will be available on your PC, your Laptop, and now yout smart phone. You can also share folders with clients and they can download the contents (or vice versa). Best of all it's FREE and yo uget two gigs of storage space (if you need more it's only $9.99 a month). I've used it on and off with other clients, but I've recently been editing audio for a radio station, and when you are dealing with massive WAV files this really comes in handy.
The second tool for sharing large files (without FTP I should add) is yousendit.com This allows you to send very large files right through their website. Like dropbox you can create and share folders, but they don't have the synchronization feature of dropbox. What they do have is the ability to sign documents digitally. So if you are tired of looking for a fax because you have to sign something, you may want to check out yousend it. Like dropbox they have a free version as well.
Calibre eBook Management Tool
If you hate trying to read a PDF on a Kindle, check out Calibre which is an eBook management tool that can be used to sync eBooks to devices, convert eBooks into a variety of formats (i.e. iPub for iPhone and iPad) and is also a comprehensive eBook viewer. You can convert a pdf or other document to a readable format and send it directly to your device. There are other options I'm not currently using like getting news feeds delivered to my kindle, but if you are using a enabook reading device you may want to check it out.