November 16, 2005

All Your Base

Google has launched Base. It seems pretty worthless to me, at first glance, unless they produce a method for importing large numbers of files in a standardized format.

Posted by filchyboy at November 16, 2005 8:01 AM

Well, they do have a bulk upload via FTP:

http://base.google.com/base/howtobulkupload.html

And they do support RSS & Atom payloads, as well as tab-delimited exports from spreadsheets.

Posted by: l.m.orchard at November 16, 2005 11:33 AM

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