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I'm not alone about Google
Clang, clang clang! The warning bells are going off. I can report that Google has finally contacted me, although it's probably too late for us- we already are in negotiations with other vendors. but regardless, it seems I'm not alone in my thoughts about the potential stumbling of Google. Digg is announcing that they are breaking away from Google as well. Of course, I really don't want to seem like I'm hoping for the demise of Google, and Google is big enough now, and it's hard to sink a big ship ......

Posted On Thursday, July 26, 2007 8:09 AM

I'm freakin' Nostradomus
So a few days ago I was ranting about how Google might not be such a great company to invest in if their management is as bad as I think it might be. And now, we have more possible proof that Google is not exactly Fortune 500 material. Hey, I love tech companies, but just why is Google so lauded? Their search results are horrible, the app looks like something college kids threw together over a weekend. What really baffles me is why no one else has really improved on the search engine either. Before ......

Posted On Thursday, July 19, 2007 4:00 PM

Update on "Google Sucks" Customer Support has now been 17 working days without any response from Google's business sales team. And that's working days.

Posted On Monday, July 16, 2007 9:57 AM

Google least their customer support
I have to build a new mapping application and replace an existing one. We are looking at three possible options: MapQuest, Microsoft's Virtual Earth, and Google Maps. The first two companies were easy to contact and get pricing, but I never realized just how horrible Google's support is until I attempted to get actual commercial pricing numbers from them. First, the information for businesses is not on their website. I need hard numbers for a Fortune 500 company, not some sample HTML code for a personal ......

Posted On Thursday, July 12, 2007 12:15 PM

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