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Storing those terabytes of data will soon be easier. A blog at Wired reports that though Google missed its scheduled launch of the Palimpsest Project, it will soon offer hundreds of terabytes for scientist to freely store data, which will then be freely accessible to all. Google will also be offering algorithms to analyze the data, as well as commenting functions.

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