Google Calendar..???

GoogleRumors
has a news abt a possible Google calendar service, possibly to help bolster Gmail.
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DivX Create Bundle – Free Today!

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End Of Size Wars?

Today, Google is dropping from its home page the famous count of pages in its index while simultaneously claiming it has the most comprehensive collection of web documents available to searchers.
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Gmail’s long-lost Chinese cousin?


ISM claims its Gmail service preceded Google’s  —  The multicolored letters look familiar.  It’s Gmail, but there’s something different here.  —  ISM Gmail is a free Web-based e-mail service offered by Beijing ISM Internet Technology Development Co. …

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Codename : Naro

  • Internet Browser
    A Great looking internet browser, which is fast, smooth and packed with a lot of features
  • Free 120 Mb Email with Naro Mail or iM8 – i mates
    With Naro Network you will get a Free 120 MB Email which integrates with The browser and messenger
  • Free iM8s Account
    Connect with friends, invite others, post listings, and join groups. It’s fun, it’s easy, and it’s addictive
  • Naro Messenger
    A Multiprotocol Instant messaging program which lets you intigrate with your favourite chose of IM:
    MSN
    Yahoo
    Aim
    ICQ
    And Forum Messaging – Send instant messages to people on your favourite forum
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    Cooperative Linux

    Cooperative Linux is the first working free and open source method for optimally running Linux on Microsoft Windows natively. More generally, Cooperative Linux (short-named coLinux) is a port of the Linux kernel that allows it to run cooperatively alongside another operating system on a single machine. For instance, it allows one to freely run Linux on Windows 2000/XP, without using a commercial PC virtualization software such as VMware,
    in a way which is much more optimal than using any general purpose PC
    virtualization software. In its current condition, it allows to run
    the KNOPPIX Japanese Edition on Windows.

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    Google Telling 400 People A Secret

    Google is setting up secret invitation-only meetings with 400 elite attendees, including major media figures, who are all sworn to secrecy about next month’s Google Zeitgeist 05. Passwords will be used in lieu of secret handshakes.

    Just try to follow this link to Google’s October 25-27 conference with a guest list that includes representatives from the New York Times, the New Yorker, well-known tech-bloggers, and major corporation executives (and perhaps the extra-terrestrials that run this whole show), and you’ll find a sore reminder that you’re not in the loop. No password, no love, get out before the goons arrive.

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    What a Compiler Turns Your C Code Into

    This article shows very simple C programs (compiled with GCC) and how they look as assembler, with almost line by line annotations. Covers variable storage, variable initialization, pointers, switch statement, etc.

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    Google in 1997

    Thanks to start.com.my,archive.org and digg, this story has recently been brought up again. Let’s travel back in time and have a look at Google in 1997, when it’s hosted at Stanford by its founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page as a project.

    You can still view the site here. And be sure to check out the initial hardware setup too.

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    Opera 2.4 million downloads and counting…

    Since Opera went free, it has been downloaded 2.4 million times and counting.Opera claims that this is twice the download rate from three months ago, and most of the downloads are coming from Microsoft Internet Explorer users. [more ]

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