Using Gmail As A Backup Hard Drive


I just found out that you can mount a gmail account as a virtual hard drive and store your data on it. That will get you 7 GB of storage. That’s fine and dandy if your data has just run a marathon while on fat burners , but let’s face it- 7 gigs isn’t a whole lot of data these days, so why would I bother posting about this if even I admit that it isn’t all that awesome? Because you can mount 999 of these accounts, netting you 7 Terabytes of storage for free. Now that is monumental. Thanks Google!

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