Needless to say more, check this out.
As the writter of the first comment written to this article: At least I am protected, because I use Thunderbird and Firefox !
While Yahoo! Mail is going to increase their Mail space to 1 Gig, GMail takes 1 more step further to offer 2 Gig space. :-O
As you can notice at the bottom of your GMail account, you can see the total of your account space. Surprisingly, mine is more than 2 Gig !! :-O
Thanks Goggle for such a nice April Fool’s gift. :)
Google Gulp ???
Google Gulp and Your Privacy
From time to time, in order to improve Google Gulp’s usefulness for our users, Google Gulp will send packets of data related to your usage of this product from a wireless transmitter embedded in the base of your Google Gulp bottle to the GulpPlexâ„¢, a heavily guarded, massively parallel server farm whose location is known only to Eric Schmidt, who carries its GPS coordinates on a 64-bit-encrypted smart card locked in a stainless-steel briefcase handcuffed to his right wrist. No personally identifiable information of any kind related to your consumption of Google Gulp or any other current or future Google Foods product will ever be given, sold, bartered, auctioned off, tossed into a late-night poker pot, or otherwise transferred in any way to any untrustworthy third party, ever, we swear……
Be fast, they might take it off after April 1, 2005.
From Phoenix 0.1 – 0.3
then Phoenix 0.4 – Firebird 0.7.1 (where i started using the so called Firefox)
then Firefox 0.8 – Firefox PR 0.10.1
then Firefox 1.0 – Firefox 1.1
Here is the Firefox 1.0 Roadmap.
There goes Firefox 2.0 Roadmap !!
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Microsoft has agreed to forgo $497,546.55 in restitution and convert the punishment into 225 hours of community service, according to a court document filed late yesterday. Jeffrey Lee Parson, a 19-year-old from Hopkins, Minnesota, will have to work 75 hours per year over a three-year period with less fortunate members of his community. The work cannot involve computers or the Internet, according to the document.
What a good charity. :)