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    Use Gmail Like A Hard Drive On Your Mac
    This may be handy to some:


    gDisk is a software that turns your GMail account into a portable hard drive so you can always have your important files accessible accross the Internet.


    URL: gDisk

    A article by Chris Pirillo: Use Gmail Like A Hard Drive - On Your Mac ~ OS X Fanatics
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    Try it and let me know how it goes.
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    I used it back in the day when I was still working on my undergrad on my PC. I wasn't impressed then, but I will give this one a shot and see how it works out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lifeafter2am View Post
    I used it back in the day when I was still working on my undergrad on my PC. I wasn't impressed then, but I will give this one a shot and see how it works out.
    I have heard it doesn't work any more due to Google changing authentication methods. It would be great if it did - It is something I would be looking at when I get my macbook pro.

    Keep us updated!
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    It keeps crashing on me every time I try to add labels. Considering it hasn't been worked on since 2006, I don't have much hope for it. lol.
    masakatsu agatsu

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifeafter2am View Post
    It keeps crashing on me every time I try to add labels. Considering it hasn't been worked on since 2006, I don't have much hope for it. lol.
    Back to a good old Western Digital me thinks.
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