Google is teaming up with management consulting firm BearingPoint. “BearingPoint announced a search practice based on Google’s enterprise products,” the official Google Enterprise Blog says. I’d love if some of the native English speakers (or anyone else who knows) could explain just what “search practice” means... [Thanks Pd.]
This is probably official: an Internet Explorer 7 commercial [WMV]. [Thanks Nathan.]
“Google and CodeWeavers Inc. are working together to bring Google’s popular Windows Picasa photo editing and sharing program to Linux,” Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols says. [Thanks Ludwik Trammer.]
Garett Rogers saves the day by hacking up a Greasemonkey script which disables the annoying new “chat” popups in Gmail. These are small DHTML layers that appear in Talk-enabled Gmail accounts whenever you happen to hover over a person’s name... which happens a lot more than you might think. (I’m currently getting errors trying to install any Greasemonkey in Firefox 188.8.131.52 so I can’t test this...)
In the meantime I hope the Gmail team disables this feature, or finds a better, less noisy way to integrate it.
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