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Life if full of a million things that we remember and cherish, enough to not even fill "One Gargantuan Monkey Fist". This is a collection of those special,unique and funny events my life, thoughts on technology, F1 and the ying-yang of relationships.

Friday, September 09, 2005

Add these two together.... hmmm Google is upto something


August 28, 2005

Google Seeks to Develop Parallel Internet?

Browsing through slashdot, I came across this article about google buying unused fiber optic cables.


Sep 9, 2005

Google snaps up internet pioneer


A couple of weeks later, this, Google picks up the Pioneer of the internet as we know it.

If I get this right, pretty soon, we will all be using googles high speed internet service or even possibly its wireless service. That is going to be very.... should I say Intresting.

Do not steal, if you do, make sure you do not sell it on an online auction to the original owner via (http://fark.com)

GM gives free passes in a bid to lure people away from toyota. Toyota execs had a few choice words, read the last line.via (http://fark.com)