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7 May 2007

What is Google WWW10?

It’s been a while since my last post about new Google services, so here’s one you can speculate about...

I found this completely by accident when I typed in www10.google.com which redirected to the ServiceLogin page for WWW10.

I suppose WWW10 could simply mean Web 2.0 – since “WWW” means “World Wide Web” and 10 is 2 in binary – although that obviously doesn’t help explain what it might actually be. Does anyone want to take a guess?

Anyway, I’ve added it to my list of growing Google Account Service Names which now includes several services that are yet to be named, including fiji, gam, rs2, ssd, weaver and wf.

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Google: "Sign in to WWW10 with your"

First (and only) result dated back 07-22-2006.

site:www10.*.* returns 125,000 results.

Your guess is very persuasive to me.

Thanks Haochi. I'd searched for ["www10.google.com"] on both web and blog searches and got zero results so I just assumed it was new. It's still a bit of a mystery though!

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This tests the future GDrive...


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Thanks, vladbuk. You may have seen that I wrote about this possibly being for GDrive over on Google Blogoscoped recently.