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This link recently saved by clintjcl on February 03, 2011
This link recently saved by clintjcl on January 24, 2010
The secret's out! Every gmail account has a backdoor to it, so that the government can read your mail with a warrant. These are the backdoors used by China when they hacked Google, causing Google to stop censoring results in China, and to consider pulling out.
In the end, it was our own government that hurt our own corporation -- all in the name of security.
As if terrorists and smart criminals can't just encrypt what they send through gmail. There's no way to stop secrecy. No matter how much privacy they take away from us, there will always be encryption, and there will always be criminals with anonymous communication routes.
This reminds me of gun control: They take away our rights in the name of safety, but in the end, the criminals will continue to do exactly what they want.
We are better off when our government does not purposely make us weak. Not by taking away guns; not by forcing our email to have security holes. Those do not make us safer.
This link recently saved by clintjcl on February 18, 2009
I installed Google Gears to use Wordpress in turbo mode -- much faster. 5 seconds vs 30 seconds for a draft save.
And then I found out Google Reader works with Google Gears -- your latest 2,000 items (which is like 7 days worth of reading for me) are stored offline, so you can continue reading your RSS feeds even if your internet goes out.
And it works with Google Documents too. One of the things that bothered me about starting to put important documents "in the cloud" and not on my computer is that if the internet is down, I wouldn't have access to them. Now I do.
And it works with Gmail too. Yay!
This link recently saved by clintjcl on December 11, 2008
In October there was a similar announcement, but they took it down because it was buggy.
This time it should be bug free. Send text from gmail; and people who receive it can simply hit reply to send text back to you email accont.
Not having a cell phone just got better...
This link recently saved by clintjcl on November 12, 2008
This is frickin' amazing. So now anyone can speak to anyone for free? Hook this up to a phone number and I'll cancel my land line :)
And then there's the whole video chat angle. AOL and Yahoo Chat are getting more and more pointless (since gmail already handles AOL chat).
This is great news for humanity having superior communiation tools for free.
This link recently saved by clintjcl on October 31, 2008
This link recently saved by clintjcl on August 20, 2008
I always used an https bookmark, but gmail has now added an option that forces encryption whenever you login. This is good. Your email should not be sent out over the net unencrypted if you can help it. FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS, gmail users.
This link recently saved by clintjcl on March 10, 2006