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> Katie Kearns wrote:
>> But google now has the google toolbar, which puts all
>> of the happy google opinions right there in your browser:
> Just another thing to: drain resources, or create conflict;
> or provide an anti privacy path.
Trade-off: you can choose to use the Google Toolbar with
greater privacy by declining to install their Advanced
Features (like PageRank):
It's very useful, right up there with all the new
about these days.
e=sc^3 (shiva -at- io -dot- com) Earl Cooley III
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