[ubuntu-uk] BooHoo Yahoo
stephen.morrish at gmail.com
Sun May 6 14:16:13 BST 2007
The complete Google group of services are good. Some of the programs
do work nativly under Linux with some exceptions. It's a shame about
Gtalk, but you can't have everything... I use several PC's running
different OS's, Googles browser sync is a real boon. I would be lost
without the spell checker in Google tool bar. I use Gmail as my
default email these days because of the multiple computers. I used to
use Yahoo for all of these tasks but in the last year or so Google has
become the centre of my on-line life.
Regards Steve Morrish...
ICQ 112 044 096
On 5/6/07, Josh Blacker <jkblacker at gmail.com> wrote:
> Google's Picasa is quite good in my experience (and have an ubuntu
> client running under an integrated, tweaked wine), but doesn't offer
> nearly as many of the features of Flickr, I'm afraid, but its
> desktop-web integration is useful.
> On 5/6/07, TheVeech <theveech at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Yahoo's reported merger/takeover talks with MS means it's open (!) to
> > selling its independence to the highest bidder. That it's MS they're
> > talking with just emphasises my original stupidity and
> > short-sightedness. I should have been more savvy to the long-term
> > threat of something like this, especially before parting with cash.
> > But now I've got to start looking at the alternatives on offer to the
> > various services of theirs that I've used. I'm mainly looking for an
> > alternative to Flickr!, though a list of alternatives to all their
> > offerings would be helpful for trying something new and for when I come
> > across people who are also facing the threat of having the rug pulled
> > from beneath them. This would also be handy to distribute if or when
> > the deal goes through.
> > Anyone use/recommend free alternatives? I'm about to start the process
> > of researching this, but anyone's knowledge and experiences would be a
> > big help.
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