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September 08, 2008



that's very funny, and in some ways very true.

i guess you can read a lot into Chrome, and come to lots of assumptions. i personally think that the implications are a lot more than just that google now has it's own browser. it's not just another browser in google's eyes, and that's what we have to try and comprehend.

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