"Google wants to offer consumers a new way to store their files on its hard drives," reports The Wall Street Journal on a service that should launch in a few months. "The company plans to provide some free storage, with additional storage allotments available for a fee." How Google Stuff — for lack of a real name — will differ from Microsoft Live Workspace, Apple .Mac, or Yahoo Briefcase isn't clear. The Journal spends most of its time listing the scheme's potential problems and "privacy concerns." Before you rush to your blog to post "Game Over for Microsoft," recall you once said that about Google Base. Remember Google Base? Exactly.