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I think the easiest way for you would be to download VMWare and purchase an official Mac OS X Installation drive. Or if you already have one, just use VMWare to install it. As this is a bit of a touchy subject (piracy, warranty, license violations), I won't get too much into how to acquire OS X. Use Google, it will probably help you out :)
Uploading in general can slow down your download speeds, particularly when you are downloading over the web, which uses http and beneath that tcp. tcp uses some uploading bandwidth, to ensure that data is succesfully sent and recieved. If the xcode upload is hogging all the bandwidth, it could affect your web browsing. As far as Dropbox goes, it could be ...
First: Why not just code the whole thing with Xcode in the app? However you could print the text to a text file and then read it out in the applescript
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