Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Geek alert...

This sounds pretty cool! Speaking of Gmail, I have about 50 invites to give away... Email me your name an a return email address if your interested (my address is in the sidebar).

This sounds like a good way to put my unused Gmail account to good use.

 From Engadget: Use your Gmail account as a personal file server.

This is a fairly simple and useful trick to score yourself a gigabyte's worth of free online file storage. If you already have a Gmail account, you can use it as a central file server that is accessible from anywhere you can access Gmail. If you don't have a Gmail accountÂ… read on.

We're going to install a shell extension that will allow you to mount your Gmail account as a virtual drive on your desktop, so you can perform basic file manipulation operations without having to go through the web-based interface. Drag and drop, batch copy, create folders and delete files as you normally would in Windows Explorer, and be able to access your virtual drive from virtually anywhere.

[J-Walk Blog]

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