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Old 09-08-2008, 01:35 PM   #6
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It's really easy to avoid Google. There are alternatives for everything they do - and often better alternatives.
How easy it is to avoid Google depends on how much energy a person wants to put into avoiding it. There may be better alternatives, for instance, to Gmail, Google News, Google Notebooks, and Google Docs (some of the Google items I regularly use) but these all do what I need them to do and are readily accessible to me in one place. (I can't even begin to tell you how handy Google Notebooks have been.) I have other computing tasks requiring my attention and, for me, seeking out replacements for things that aren't "broken" would be a real waste of time. (I already am far too easily side-tracked from whatever the task at hand might be. )

   
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