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John Moylan wrote:
| El Reg reckons that 1GB of storage only costs Google circa $2. So, the
| scenario you mention is very plausible.
|| On Thu, 2004-04-01 at 19:49, Sean Rima wrote:
||>Colm Buckley wrote:
|>|>>On 1 Apr 2004, at 19:40, Adam Conway wrote:
|>>|>>|>>>Which, according to the grauniad:
|>>>"However, there is a catch to the new service: Google's computers will
|>>>scan emails to deliver targeted advertising."
|>>|>>|>>*Text-only* ads will appear alongside the email in pretty much the same
|>>way that they appear in the Google search results. This is what enables
|>>us to keep the service free. Personally, I think it's a lot better than
|>>having banner or pop-up ads on the email service.
|>>|>|>The T/C mention:
|>Gmail is a free service and includes 1,000 megabytes of storage with
|>|>If they give away 1gb of space for each account and end up with 1
|>million accounts, jezz think of all the HD space. Sounds like a joke
Okay, as I said to Colm, time for humble pie,
PS I am on the list :)
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