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Simply, is it worth getting?
The storage isn't a problem. I won't be hosting huge files on it. I have a friends server i can use to host big stuff.
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Do a lot of people have a .Mac account?

Is .Mac worth it?

The first post in the first link will give you a lot more links about .Mac


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Space limitation is my main gripe, so if you're ok with that, go for it.

Jobs alluded to a big .Mac update about a month ago to be in the "very near future". I'm hoping that means by the end of the year. Who knows if you'll be able to "update" to the new features. I'm guessing you will.

Considering Apple's rep for innovation, I can't wait to see what they have in store the for neglected .Mac

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