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Wednesday, May 19, 2004

Gmail Goes To Eleven

Competition can be a fun thing. Gmail has made news recently with its forthcoming free webmail service which offers a gigabyte of storage. Not to be outdone by an upstart, some of the other services (e.g. Yahoo) started upping their storage too. Today it's reported that Gmail is now offering one terabyte of storage. I logged in this morning and verified it: "You are currently using 0 MB (0%) of your 1000000 MB." That's a million megs, for those of you who are zero-impaired.

UPDATE I'm seeing reports in many places that the numbers have gone back down to the normal GB of storage. Mine has not, but I'm sure it's just a matter of time. No biggie--1GB is still more than I'll ever need.

A.T. Hun comments: Mine is reporting 1000M aka 1G. They might as well make it a million terabytes for me because I'll never begin to approach a gig.

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