Have you ever paid a closer look at the Gmail home page??
Especially to the Lots of Space!! Section..
Even if you have given it a little attention and did a little math on the numbers there, then you would probably know the juice of this post already. Even if you haven’t seen it till now, pay a visit now and come back.
The “Lots of space” section is the one place where Google says how much storage space is there for your account. Also the amount of space changes dynamically and this post is all about that part. Here I present before you two things about it and are: An Enjoyable statistics and a creepy geek part of how it works.
An Enjoyable Statistics:
At present Google adds to your account 4 bytes (32 bits) every second.
On an average a human can type 60 words per minuteand
On an average an English word has four characters,
It can be concluded that
A user can constantly type and store the text and he will never run out of space with Gmail.And finally the creepy geek stuff:
Date Storage Space
Mon Oct 20 2008 7254
Sun Dec 20 2037 10996
Sun Jan 17 2038 43008
Depending upon your current system time your storage space will fall in between these categories..
i.e. As of current date your storage space falls somewhere between 7254Mb and 10996Mb
To be more accurate your space will be the same % between 7254 and 10996 as your current time between Mon Oct 20 2008 and Sun Dec 20 2037.