John Sequeira


Thursday, February 24, 2005
Stephen o'Grady on the Google Calendar

Like my thoughts on Google Maps, though, my interest in a potential calendar offering isn't with how technically slick they could make it. I've come to expect that from Google (here's a fun exercise: contrast that with your expectations from a similar offering from Microsoft).

ROFL. That's so true.

I've started recommending picasa/hello, blogger and gmail for home users looking for tools in their respective categories. It's not just that the apps are terrific, it's that google actually put the corny phrase don't-be-evil in their corporate charter and their ludicrous market cap means they'll be around for a long time.

I would love for friends with small businesses/non-profits/etc to be able to take advantage of an analagous google lineup.
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