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Re: Google Extends its Lead

__/ [ Who Turned Off The Lights? ] on Wednesday 29 March 2006 10:41 \__

> On Wed, 29 Mar 2006 10:21:47 +0100, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> __/ [ davidof ] on Wednesday 29 March 2006 10:11 \__
>>> Who Turned Off The Lights? wrote:
>>>> Oh well. Regardless, Yahoo's attempts sucked as did Microsoft's. Guess
>>>> we'll find out next month where they all stand. I'd bet that the results
>>>> will still be the same.
>>> I liked this bit:-
>>> "In addition, it will take a few more months to determine if Microsoft's
>>> new search technology, introduced just over a year ago, is "improving
>>> the consumer experience,"
>>> why will it take a few more months, we have Microsoft's killer
>>> algorithmic search engine for well over a year, the only thing that
>>> could save it from certain death is the relase of Vista... which still
>>> seems a long way off.
>> As of yesterday, it's February (2006). Office delayed too. This morning,
>> Server 2007 was announced to have a delay. Microsoft will be careful with
>> these search bars in Vista, which could have them sued, not only by
>> Google. See the following video (please):
>> http://youtube.com/watch?v=3vQKAtHdfuc
> Wait I don't get it. it's the same video I thought I'd seen earlier. What
> gives? IE4? Huh?

That's when they penetrated using aggression. If you can't beat 'em, just

> yes, it's embarrassment galore as is the usual course. 'and so?

Yes, but the video leaked out only days ago, I believe.

> Nothing new when it comes to good 'ole Bill.
> Oye, I just can't help but compare him to Bill the Cat:
> http://www.code7r.org/inquiz/catnip.htm
> yet I digress.


Mister Fluffy:


Best wishes,


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