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Posted by aiua (Member # 7825) on :
Google has done it again.
If you haven't seen this yet, I highly recommend checking it out.

[EDIT] Also useful, Google is introducing "free in-home wireless broadband service." [/EDIT]

[ April 01, 2007, 12:53 PM: Message edited by: aiua ]
Posted by ClaudiaTherese (Member # 923) on :
[EDIT] Also useful, Google is introducing "free in-home wireless broadband service." [/EDIT]
Dark porcelain technology.
Posted by Tatiana (Member # 6776) on :
Oh read the FAQ for that last one. It's so great!
Posted by Morbo (Member # 5309) on :
Why is TiSP in beta?
When things go wrong with TiSP, they go very, very wrong. Let's leave it at that.

Posted by Phanto (Member # 5897) on :
This sounds almost like a joke, actually.
Posted by ElJay (Member # 6358) on :
Pssst, Phanto. What day is it?
Posted by Dasa (Member # 8968) on :
Cool joke, especially the TiSP [Smile]
Posted by Tatiana (Member # 6776) on :
Phanto, you think?
Posted by Altáriël of Dorthonion (Member # 6473) on :
If only it weren't that day...
Posted by rivka (Member # 4859) on :
If you're still experiencing problems, drop eight mints into the bowl and add a two-liter bottle of diet soda.
[Big Grin]
Posted by rivka (Member # 4859) on :

um . . .
Posted by Raia (Member # 4700) on :
Happy April Fools Day, everyone! [Razz]
Posted by erosomniac (Member # 6834) on :
"Now that I have Gmail Paper, I understand the difference between labels and folders. I had one message with two labels, but when I tried to stick the paper version into two filing cabinets at the same time, it just wouldn’t go."
Posted by aiua (Member # 7825) on :
My father's first reaction was, "Oh, good, we don't need to get a new photo printer now. We'll just attach them to an email and have Gmail do it."
Posted by mr_porteiro_head (Member # 4644) on :
Google TiSP (BETA) is a fully functional, end-to-end system that provides in-home wireless access by connecting your commode-based TiSP wireless router to one of thousands of TiSP Access Nodes via fiber-optic cable strung through your local municipal sewage lines.
But I have a septic tank, you insensitive clod!
Posted by Strider (Member # 1807) on :
This is pretty funny too. Google's error page.*

*Contains links to previous April fools jokes!

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