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I can get to "my documents" on the iPad by opening something in iUnarchive that can't be opened natively. This clearly isn't the best way. Does anyone know how to get their directly?
 
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FileBrowser app?

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/filebrowser-access-files-on/id364738545

I haven't tried it -- just came across this. The description says, "FileBrowser is like having Mac Finder or Windows Explorer on your iPad to access, copy and stream files from remote computers..." However, the screen shots show an option for "My Local Files," so... Maybe?
 
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