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Thanks for this google apps info. This will save me lots of time and effort to establish a web presence for my new business.
Liz Supley says
Welcome to the very first edition of our business communications blog carnival. Our topic this time was very open-ended: as long as the article had something to do with business communications, it made the cut.
Thanks for participating in The Designed Web :), this week’s edition has been published, be sure to forward any new links to the carnival
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I love google because only of super speeeed.
Jimson Lee says
@webmaster php scripts – agreed, the speed of Gmail search is much faster than a local copy of Outlook. Ever tried to search for an email in Yahoo mail client?
They’ve done something right.
Dan Course says
I used to think they were amazing too. But I got forced to choose what internet things I like the most recently, http://www.dontdoitdan.co.uk/2009/09/shag-marry-kill-in-the-online-world/
Didn’t turn out as Google in the end =(