Google Gives Labor Day New Meaning

Google Gives Labor Day New Meaning

My head is spinning with all the news reports of Google’s Chrome Browser. I thought I stumbled across a small bit of rumors early this afternoon when I posted Google Chrome, Google’s Web Browser: Is it Real? on Search Engine Journal.

Um, yeah Eric. It is real.  And that decision you made to go to your brothers for some steaks and barbecue chicken?  Not wise.

I got home to a flurry of news outlets publishing stories about Chrome.  I had an email from a Dow Jones reporter.  I had an absolute mess of links to sort through.  Why?  Because Google apparently decided that Labor Day was a day for me to be working.

Bravo, the GOOG.

So Chrome is legit.  It’s the real deal, and tomorrow morning we can all have another web browser to enjoy.  I’m cool with that, and look forward to it.  But for tonight I’m fried.

I just finished up another post on Search Engine Journal: Google’s Chrome Browser: What You Need to Know

I’m going to step back a bit and let the big guns of the tech industry sort out the stories, facts, etc.  In the meantime, I’ll be working away on some side projects and will look forward to downloading Chrome tomorrow morning from the office.

5 thoughts on “Google Gives Labor Day New Meaning

  1. hmmmm
    interesting eula:

    “By submitting, posting or displaying the content you give Google a perpetual, irrevocable, worldwide, royalty-free, and non-exclusive license to reproduce, adapt, modify, translate, publish, publicly perform, publicly display and distribute any content which you submit, post or display on or through, the services.”

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