Monthly Archives: August 2005

Links 28/8/05

Haven’t updated recently, apologies. Here’s a few links I have been reading. Robert X Cringely: 08/25/05: Has Google Peaked? John Naughton: Google grows up… John Naughton’s Observer Column on Google Talk Olivier Travers: The Microsoft Office I Really Want BusinessWeek: … Continue reading

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For the next 5 days…

…I will mostly be reading about the Trent Bridge test match. The most entertaining way to follow it in the office is by reading the Guardian’s over-by-over commentary, which can be accessed from their Ashes page here.

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Google Talk

Google have released their IM client, Google Talk. But not only is it an IM client, but you can also use it to phone other Google Talk users – for free! Won’t get to have a play until I get … Continue reading

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My Thoughts on GDS 2 Beta, & a Web OS

Having been playing and thinking about the new Google Desktop Search, and specifically its new sidebar form, I have the following few thoughts. Firstly, like all Google innovations, it’s US only at the moment, content wise. This means that the … Continue reading

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Google Sidebar

Google Sidebar is part of the new version 2 of Desktop Search. It works pretty much like Desktop Sidebar, but obviously with all Google services involved. It features an email preview pane, which will pick up your Gmail, if you … Continue reading

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