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In an article titled From Web page to Web platform, CNET talks about developments on the leading edge of the web services world, including mashups, Book Burro, and client-side scripting using GreaseMonkey.
August 25, 2005 in Web Services News | Permalink
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GoogleOS? YahooOS? MozillaOS? WebOS?
"News.com ruminates about Google building a collection of tools that serve as a replacement OS. Where have we heard that recently? You're welcome for the story idea and thanks for the non-link, guys...tech journalism at its finest. I hereby institute a policy of not linking to you for a year.
Michael via email: 'please tell me you were kidding'. Well, mostly yes, particularly about the no link policy thing (it's actually going to be two years)."
Google's Grand Ambitions
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August 26, 2005 at 05:47 PM
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