Not sure what made me think of this earlier, but I remembered trying some of the earlier experiments that let you use your gmail account as remote storage. I downloaded and installed Gmail Drive a few hours ago and it’s working really well. It installs as a shell extension and adds a “Gmail Drive” item to My Computer. You can copy/paste files directly to the drive and it behaves just like you would expect it to. I have it set it to “store” files in the drafts folder of my Gmail Inbox. Behind the scenes, Gmail Drive is just creating a draft message, attaching the file I’m storing, and using a simple syntax in subject to store the filename, filesize, and path. Pretty clever. Now to see what the attachment max is…