Posted January 5, 2009 11:34 pm by with 10 comments

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It’s official: the first roundup of marketing news of the 2009—and it’s heavy on the Google.

  • Brandon Walker

    Thanks. Those are very useful resources. I especially liked the Google mobile link – very interesting.

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  • Paul Andrews

    I agree, the Google mobile thing is very interesting. Imagine getting your idea taken on by Google 😉

  • Shirley

    There’s nothing bad with Google-heavy links. Yeh, the mobile ideas are great. As for Google’s ‘Second Life’, I never had the pleasure to check it out. It’s surprising how many products they build, many of which have short lives and never leave beta.

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  • Jacques Seoman

    All hail Google! Any figures on the uptake of Chrome as of yet?

  • Nicole Price

    Google product feature lead is very useful. Thank you.

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  • Nicole Price

    Picasa for Mac is a very nice announcement from Google. It is attractive and informative and is sure to get the message across and get more hits from new users.

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  • Milo

    picasa for mac at last… bet that will make lots of maccys happy

  • Mikael

    NewLively? I don’t see how it’ll have a future. It looked like such an amateur piece of software compared to SecondLife and WOW. But I guess you don’t need to understand everything :)

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  • Atniz

    I never know google can create our idea. I got tons of photos in my computer, planning to shift it online. Looking for some product in from google. Maybe, Picasa will be better choice.

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  • thewutzupphilippines

    thanks for the update.

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