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'[EE]:: G Drive - Google plans to store ALL data - '
I was just about to post a snide comment on how Amazon is already doing this. :D
$0.15/gig/month and $0.20/gig transfer.
The feature that I love is that they automatically serve the files as
bittorrents, ie if you made a file public, all you do is append a
'?torrent' to the filename to get a file served over bittorrent.
Great for when you get slashdotted. :D
On 2/21/07, Harold Hallikainen <hallikainen.org> wrote: harold
On Wed, 21 Feb 2007 08:15:05 -0800 (PST), Harold Hallikainen wrote:
> Interesting... Amazon has a service where you can store stuff on their
> servers. As I recall, there's a pretty low per gigabyte storage and per
> gigabyte transferred fee.
BT has a thing called "BT Vault" where you can store a gigabyte free: http://digitalvault.bt.com/
It's a bit strange - very much end-user targetted, organising things into Videos, Photos, Music and Documents - it doesn't seem to refer to "files"
anywhere... it's weird, but excellent value for money! :-)
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