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Re: Google's Gotcha Moment
Posted by Keith Regan on 2003-11-12 06:50:24
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Some ideas are so genius they're downright obvious. They're the ones that make you slap your forehead and wonder aloud why you didn't think of it first. Even worse is when you did think of it but didn't do anything about it. That had to be the reaction across the Web search industry when word of Google's Deskbar began to circulate. The tool, which puts the search box right onto the desktop, is the kind of quantum leap forward that marks all great technological evolution.





 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Google's Gotcha Moment  Keith Regan  2003-11-12 06:50:24
Re: Google's Gotcha Moment  BobTravis  2003-11-13 01:51:35
Re: Google's Gotcha Moment  sesha_kiran  2003-11-12 14:39:23
Re: Google's Gotcha Moment  jmordetsky  2003-11-12 14:14:27
Re: Google's Gotcha Moment  Jakewk  2003-11-12 12:30:30
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