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In Soviet Russia the States Configures Google

webhat (558203) writes | more than 8 years ago

Google 3

I've always loved myYahoo for it's configurability. I've loved the idea ever since I saw the BBCi TV site - sadly no longer running afaik. Then today I was looking at myWeb and found this site Google U.S. Government Search .

I love Yahoo!, but I think this configurability is really cool!!!

I've always loved myYahoo for it's configurability. I've loved the idea ever since I saw the BBCi TV site - sadly no longer running afaik. Then today I was looking at myWeb and found this site Google U.S. Government Search .

I love Yahoo!, but I think this configurability is really cool!!!

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3 comments

Personal (1)

Allen Zadr (767458) | more than 8 years ago | (#15556232)

Personal Google.com/ig/ itself is pretty cool - I use it as my homepage now (convenient that my GMail is in a little box, that I can drag around the web page) - and local weather, and Formula1, and a few RSS feeds, too.

Re:Personal (1)

webhat (558203) | more than 8 years ago | (#15586959)

It actually hacks me off that Google is doing this... I might go work for them, still hacks me off though...

Re:Personal (1)

Allen Zadr (767458) | more than 8 years ago | (#15596389)

Why does it hack you off? And what, exactly, does that mean?
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