Imagine a world where Google dedicated 10% of the effort it has spent on April Fools Day jokes on Google Reader. Can you imagine it? I can.— Dieter Bohn (@backlon) April 1, 2013
I am wondering if:
a) Google is still able to recognize a mistake
b) Google is still able to correct a mistake
What do you think?
No, not Larry. Btw. I am migrating my Google (Apps) Mail to Zoho now.
The GMail interface is all over the place (where's that reply button? Print?) and now they want to force a new compose "window" down the users' throats?
I think they totally lost their touch. So neither a) nor b) .
a) depends on their market share
b) depends on their market share
Boils down to "most probably no".
1. no, it's to early. Mentality usually changes only after going through a real crisis
2. therefore also no
Move my RSS content to a self hosted Tiny Tiny RSS Server, because I don't believe in miracles.
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