Garbling GAPE

I hope that the previous post’s coverage of Google Apps Premier Edition was clear. I think that it was clearer than either of the following:

  • Google’s software applications… are downloaded from the Internet. OK, maybe this is clear (as in unambiguous), but it’s just plain wrong. One of the selling points of GAPE is that the apps are on the web, and don’t have to be downloaded or otherwise managed by the user. Shame on the Boston Globe.
  • “Please see the open id eff ick you.” Nobody actually wrote that (until I did just now). Andy Roberts wrote please see The OpenId FAQ, and a podcasting bot mangled his words. Andy’s main point is that: “The most important and ultimately decisive battle which starts up in 2007 may be that between OpenID and Google.”

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