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sounds like a lot of market leaders. sounds like Japan in the 80s.<br>
<pre wrap="">I disagree. Honestly, Google isn't really pushing anything all that
They aren't innovating, they are just beating people on quality.
They didn't "invent" searching they just made it 1000 times better than the
They didn't "invent" gmail, they just had to not be hotmail.
They didn't "invent" google maps, they just had to make it prettier.
They didn't "invent" writely, they bought it.
The only thing they really lead in is quality and flawless execution.
While taking them into consideration for future development is a wise idea,
putting handcuffs on because of their direction would be a huge mistake for
On 5/31/07 11:36 AM, "Dan Robinson" <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E" href="mailto:email@example.com"><firstname.lastname@example.org></a> wrote:
In my view core Drupal needs to "play nice" with google stuff (as well
as others). The world is changing. 2-3 years from now the way people
use the Web will look different from what it does now. Very different.
People will use Drupal if it is relevant to them.