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PostPosted: Mon May 21, 2007 9:11 pm 
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Anyone else like this custom homepage thing?
Tons of options available now, and seems likely more will follow...

As I don't watch TV or listen to radio, I find local weather forecast perfectly concise enough to sit on my iGoogle, and have so far added quotes/ word of the day, plus a few news feeds like Guardian unlimited and Reuters: oddly enough.
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I can see the appeal, but I have so many RSS feeds that I use Google Reader - the custom homepage just can't manage the quantity efficiently, and I like to keep things separated.

Nice to meet a fellow non-televisioner. Not many of us about, y'know! ;)

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Google's consuming my life. The last outpost of resistance was Hotmail, but then I found I could view my Hotmail on my iGoogle page. Then I discovered Google bookmarks, meaning I didn't have to be sitting at my computer them.

The most useful feed I've found is Snopes.com. It's amazing how many interesting things you can find through that site.

But the best thing is my theme: Tea House. Makes me happy every time I see my little fox.


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Foxie wrote:
..most useful feed I've found is Snopes.com

Oh, urban legends? I'll try that one.
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Foxie wrote:
my theme: Tea House

I'm using Sweet Dreams, so I always know whether it's day or night...
Incredibly helpful! :P :wink:

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Foxie wrote:
Google's consuming my life. The last outpost of resistance was Hotmail, but then I found I could view my Hotmail on my iGoogle page. Then I discovered Google bookmarks, meaning I didn't have to be sitting at my computer them.


I didn't know you could do either of these things! Thank you (and curse you) for telling me - now iGoogle is going to rule my life.


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