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Re: Google's Gotcha Moment
Posted by sesha_kiran on 2003-11-12 14:39:23
In reply to Keith Regan
I completely agree with jmordetsky. The two things are way different and the desktop extensions have been developed by many third party companies for MS-Windows. For ex. WebShots.com has a desktop calendar since long ago. What Google is doing is making the search easier and they want to have their presence on many desktops and be first than the other search engine companies.




 * 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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