Posts Tagged ‘docs’

Google backup
The number of free services offered by Google keeps increasing, and the number of people using these services grows tremendously day after day. Anyone who reads this blog probably knows by now that I am a big fan of Google. I regularly use Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Reader, Google+, and Google Docs. The biggest advantage of using these services is that they are all very well integrated, and you can access your data from anywhere.
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Gmail has been the favorite email for many people in the last few years, mainly because of its many features that were unrivaled by its competitors. These features included:
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Google Opens Writely

Posted: August 18, 2006 in Just Out!
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I wrote a previous post about the current definition of the thin client, and how a lot of online applications are emerging to replace (or strengthen) their desktop counterparts.
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