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I’ve been enjoying the new Personalized Google homepage. It’s quick and doesn’t piss me off, which must be a Google design mantra. I’m experimentally adding it as my browser homepage and I haven’t had one of those for at least five years.

This would be a perfect place for them to put a to-do list and a calendar that integrated with Gmail. If it had that I think I’d finally be forced to ditch Outlook for Gmail.

Posted on - July 27, 2005 [at] 7:16 pm by Brad
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marcus on Personalized Google
July 27, 2005 at 10:57 pm

What have you been using as a homepage? Just starting up with nothing loaded at all?

Brad on Personalized Google
July 28, 2005 at 9:03 am

Yep. Blank. I don’t think this Google thing will stay, there’s a slight delay when I load the browser now.

Bill on Personalized Google
July 28, 2005 at 10:21 am

hey dude, love the music, great job on all the stuff. i really like borderline.

anyway, back to the topic. i like having the personalized page there. cuz often as not, i’m just going on the net for nothing at all and i like having some quick news bulletins and some interesting stuff like random how-to’s. i also like to see what the state of my mailbox is. anyway, just my two cents.

great music, still love it, keep it up

Big Cheez on Personalized Google
July 31, 2005 at 11:42 am

Brad, I feel your pain on the Outlook thang. About a year ago, I switched to Mozilla Thunderbird – use it at home and at work and love it (I still use Gmail when I’m out or for searching my mail). They don’t have a calendar yet, but Lightning is in the works and it is expected to be nice. For the meantime, I use Sunbird, Mozilla’s stand-alone calander.

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