# @ 7:42 PM  0 comments Sunday, April 24, 2005 view from google

how sage looks

This is how sage looks.

Can find it here:The browser enhancements

# @ 8:43 PM  0 comments Monday, April 18, 2005 view from google

GBrowser is GoogleBrowser? � karmakars.com

GBrowser is GoogleBrowser? � karmakars.com: "Internet Explorer will die almost immediately........."

# @ 7:14 AM  0 comments Sunday, April 17, 2005 view from google

Google Video (Beta) - Video Upload Program

Google Video (Beta) - Video Upload Program: "Whether you produce hundreds of titles a year or just a few, you can give your videos the recognition and visibility they deserve by promoting them on Google - for free. Signing up for the Google Video Upload Program will connect your work with users who are most likely to want to view them."

# @ 7:42 AM  0 comments Friday, April 15, 2005 view from google

Gbrowser in Spiegel

Gbrowser in Spiegel

# @ 3:25 PM  2 comments Wednesday, April 13, 2005 view from google


linkbunnies.org: "Dave: Looks like Google want a slice of the Internet Browser Pie. Mmm Pie.
dave: Seriously though. This may have nasty reprocussions for poor little web developers like me who already have to cater for stupid Mac users (I hate you) and people who are too retarded to get the latest versions of the browser they use. Then there's standards compliance, what's the point of having W3C standards if the browser that 95% of people use doesn't follow them! I looking at you Bill Gates. Rant over.
Marcus: Don't worry. All the signs are that if GBrowser is a conventional web browser - and that's a big 'if' - then it will be Mozilla based, and therefore unlikely to be much of a headache.
Marcus: I wouldn't blame Mac users too much either. It's not their fault that Microsoft never updated IE5 Mac beyond the level of 'crap', and to be fair Apple's Safari scores pretty well in terms of web standards support.
dave: Safari isn't that bad at all, but seriously, why would anyone in their right mind want to use Mac in the first place.
Marcus: Yeah, stupid Apple and their stupid Macs. And their stupid iPods.
dave: I wondered when that would come out. I never said I hated Apple. I hate Macs and Mac users. The very thought of someone telling 'the Mac user interface is so intuitive' or 'actually I think you'll find that OSX Kitten has a much better file management system than Windows', makes my skin crawl. You've still only got one fucking mouse button though you fucktard! Apple have cornered the market in poncy looking shitboxes that are less reliable than Windows ME. If anyone ever tells you that Macs don't crash or that a Mac network is great they are a fucking liar. I hate them, hate them, hate them, hate them.
dave: In fact. Sit around kids, it's story time...

I work for a small New Media company in Suffolk. Sometimes we supply hardware to our clients. On particular client (post-labotomy) requested that we supply them with some bog standard eMacs for some r"

# @ 6:36 AM  1 comments Friday, April 08, 2005 view from google


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# @ 12:36 PM  0 comments Friday, April 01, 2005 view from google

Sensory Overload Deprivation: Google shall rule the Earth

Sensory Overload Deprivation: Google shall rule the Earth: "Google has to be the greatest thing since what Maxim used to be, which was the greatest thing since sliced bread, which was the greatest thing since women.. er, well, in some ways."

# @ 8:37 AM  0 comments

google gulp?

thank you spgregory for bringing us:

google gulp

Can I have the keyword please?


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Thanks for the collection! I'm glad *someone* had the initiative to enummerate the Google-related extensions and provide such a good synopsis...

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I can't believe they snubbed the WebDeveloper extension, which is #1 in my opinion! Man, I used to respect that magazine.
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