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December 11, 2007, by Léon Krijnen

My Gmail story?   

Apparently Google is continually reminded by all of us why they work so hard on Gmail when they hear stories from us about how we're using it. From keeping long-distance relationships alive over chat to saving a historic record of our high school life within a single conversation thread. Now I don't know about you, but for one reason ore another I don't like single long threads. If any thread threathens to become longer than seven, eight or nine pieces, I kill the thread by archiving it, and instead of replying composing a new mail. But of course that's just me . . .

Pinning our stories on the walls around Google hasn't been the best way to share them with the Gmail community, so Google now is inviting us to share our ideas, methods, tricks and secrets with the world. All we need to do need is to produce a video and a story.

As the Google Boys and Girls put it: feel free to get creative with special effects or choreography or just tell it like it is.

Up to my Mac, where's my Canon?

Posted: December 11, 2007 11:03 AM (184 words).   

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