<<But if you want to keep up just with what’s new (or even just what Google does besides search), you’ll want to know about Google New. A few of us had a 20 percent project idea: create a single destination called Google New where people could find the latest product and feature launches from Google. It’s designed to pull in just those posts from various blogs. We hope it helps you find something useful you’ve never tried before.>>
I don't like the implementation of the Google New page. It steals the middle-click, which on Linux Firefox is generally used to open a link in a new tab.
It appears that Flash v10 is required?
I don't like it either, they could have made it so much easier to browse.
I've found some new logos in the Youtube video.
New Gmail (they call it "Google Mail" on the more products page)?
New Google Video?
I don't understand why there haven't an official list of their products.
The most comprehensive one remains google.com/intl/en_us/options/ (I can't even find a link to it from google.com, the only one I get is google.com/intl/en/options/). I would expect something like wavety.com/complete-google-pro ... which over 260 items, even though some have been discontinued or are just features.
By the way, here are (all?) the recently updated logos: picasaweb.google.com/jeromefli ...
Oops, here's the link picasaweb.google.com/jeromefli ...
I can't believe Picasa Web doesn't issue a warning when you rename an album: the album gets a new URL, the old one is killed and there's no way to get it back. Why don't they give each album an id unrelated to the album name? This is so stupid...