Well, that was fast. According to ResearchBuzz, Ask Jeeves will be increasing their free and paid web mail offerings to compete with GMail, Y! Mail, and so on.

This new Internet Hard Disk is getting bigger by the day.

Rock on!

Posted by jzawodn at June 24, 2004 10:30 PM

Reader Comments
# justin said:

nice to store your mp3s...

hmmm - no scrap that

"August 2006
RIAA wins legal right to scan Gmail folders"

nice to store your PDFs

"Dec 2006
Microsft wins right to delete PDFs from their sites that are stored on gmail accounts.."

ok, nice to store your README files

"Jan 2007
Homeland security win long running legal battle with Google - Google forced to delete technical documents from Gmail accounts because of potential terrorist usage..."

hard drive? my hard drive here physically in my room is what counts. Sorry Jeremy , but the Internet hard drive is a nice idea - but that assumes that everyone in the world has good intentions.

Much easier to go down to frys and pick up a 120 gig drive for yourself.

on June 25, 2004 04:11 PM
# Kyle Brantley said:
on June 27, 2004 06:57 PM
# Aristotle Pagaltzis said:

I'm getting flashbacks to 1997 when the web was new and everyone and their dog ran a free webspace provider. And yeah, we're all using free webspace to store all our stuff online nowadays.

on June 28, 2004 02:16 PM
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