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    my google now iGoogle
    If you have a google aco****, its now called iGoogle...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark.spiro View Post
    If you have a google aco****, its now called iGoogle...
    Google Personalized Homepage has been titled as iGoogle for some time now. Not sure of the actual timeframe, but it's been a few months, AFAIK.

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    Ah, there you go. One month, then. Thanks, trpnmonkey41.

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    wow that was smooth of me...

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    I really don't understand iGoogle. It is a neat idea, but I choose to use Google as my homepage because it loads quickly and I search quite a lot. iGoogle kind of goes against what Google stand for by keeping their homepage simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slashjunior View Post
    I really don't understand iGoogle. It is a neat idea, but I choose to use Google as my homepage because it loads quickly and I search quite a lot. iGoogle kind of goes against what Google stand for by keeping their homepage simple.
    ditto
    "Give so much time to the improvement of yourself that you have no time to criticize others"

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    I wouldn't say it's not simple. I like my little fox and his teahouse graphic. I've been using Google as a homepage for 5 years now...and when they offered the personalized ones, I jumped on that bandwagon immediately.

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    I used iGoogle for ages, but recently switched to Netvibes... It's a bit smaller, so I can fit more content on there....

    But iGoogle is pretty nice as well.

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