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    Wednesday, March 08, 2006

    Admit It. You Knew It Was Coming.

    Web giant Google is planning a massive online storage facility to encompass all users' files, it is reported. The plans were allegedly revealed accidentally after a blogger spotted notes in a slideshow presentation wrongly published on Google's site. The GDrive, previously the subject of chatroom rumour, would offer a mirror of users' hard drives, Reuters said. Google declined to comment on the reports but said the slide notes had now been deleted. In the notes, chief executive Eric Schmidt reportedly said Google's aim was to "store 100%" of users' information. The notes said: "With infinite storage, we can house all user files, including e-mails, web history, pictures, bookmarks, etc; and make it accessible from anywhere (any device, any platform, etc)."
    Love to the BBC.
    Not that I know if this is actually true or not, but I, for one, welcome our Googalian overlords, and would like to remind them that in my capacity as an experienced software analyst and rogue communicator,  I could be useful in rounding up others to toil in their pan-dimensional data werehouses.
    Thank you.



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