13 January 2006


Finally, some's developed something that I've missed since the days that I was running Linux. A Gmail drive extension for OS X. What this means is that you can use all that cool space, 2 GB at the moment that Google gives you to store mail, as an external hard drive! Great for those offsite backups as well, you know, all the things that really matter. Fine it's not enough space to upload your iMovie files, but hey, you'd want to keep them private anyway. Well, here's the link to the OS X one gDisk: http://gdisk.sourceforge.net/ Here's the one's for Linux and Windows respectively as well: Linux http://richard.jones.name/google-hacks/gmail-filesystem/gmail-filesystem.html Windows http://www.viksoe.dk/code/gmail.htm Have fun!

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Technocrat said...

Don't forget X, always encrypt when loading any personal files onto a "public" (non-personal) server. =)

xyberpix said...

Hehe, dude, how do you know me? ;-)
We should make a TV show out of this, as your comment would be perfect right at the end of the show, just before we fade out. ;-)