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Saturday, October 23, 2004
How To Access Your Google Desktop From Another Machine
Project Computing has designed a tool that allows for remote access of your Google Desktop from another machine, or even make it available to the entire web. I'm enormously glad that Google doesn't normally allow that, but if you really want it, go for it. I guess the number one reason would be to allow your home PC to quickly search your work PC.
(via John Battelle's Searchblog)

You have to be careful with this software. Right now there is no user authentication built into it, so anybody can access your GDS from the web.
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