The Google Graveyard and where a Keep is Kept

If you haven’t visited The Google Graveyard yet — you need to go there and leave a flower or 40 — before your read this Google Keep review.  I admit I’m wary about investing even one second in Google Keep because of the company’s rotten history of starting neat products like Google Reader and Wave and then killing them while you’re in the middle of loving them.

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Arguing with Google Docs Spell Check about Hyphen Killing

I spend a lot of my time in the Google World and it is generally a warm and helpful place to exist online.  Lately, I’ve discovered Google Docs has a big issue with the way I spell things.  Google Docs Spell Check appears to now hate any sort of “hyphenation” and my olde timey Germanic-skool way of tending to spell some compound words as one — but with capitalization in the middle of the word, like say, “HandShape” or “FingerSpelling.”

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Ongoing Evidence of Google Drive

The technosphere is all atwitter over growing evidence that Google Drive — aka “G-Drive” — is about to be released as a standalone product.  I am a daily user of Google Docs and Google Drive is rumored to become a part of Google Docs or even replace that functionality.  Now, I’ll give you the breadcrumb clues I’ve been collecting that Google Drive is really, basically, functionally, already here.  We’re just waiting on the official re-branding.

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