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  1. Patchie8
    Patchie8 at |

    I just learned you can drag and drop photos from your computer and search for them in google! How awesome!

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  2. Kebubble
    Kebubble at |

    If you have Chrome of Firefox, google do a barrel roll

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  3. Doug Soy
    Doug Soy at |

    “Disposable” e-mail addresses? Usually this means addresses that you can throw away and shut down and you won’t get anything in the future. That doesn’t apply here.

    This article is mostly yawn city. 42. 42, really? I’m not 19 years old anymore, Douglas Adams isn’t exactly my speed. I was expecting really insightful stuff (and a couple of them are, but not as a whole)

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  4. A TechnoLedge Blog
    A TechnoLedge Blog at |

    You know, as you say ; I Didn’t Know That I Could Do with Google, but now I know 😀 Hahaha, thanks for the share ..

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  5. Me You
    Me You at |

    The e-mail thing is wrong. As it says: these are all functionally the same address. Therefore, they are NOT disposable! You can’t eliminate one or junk it or whatever without affecting all of them.

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  6. Pedro Parkero
    Pedro Parkero at |

    Are the email addresses really DISPOSABLE? From what I understand from the article is that you can’t block emails from a derived email, so if it gets spammed it still goes to your original email address…

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  7. kYur
    kYur at |

    #1 is referred to the game “imposibble quiz” on newgrounds.com… wherein question #42 states that “it is the answer to life, the universe and everything”. and the answer is 42

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    1. Kebubble
      Kebubble at |

      Erm… Hitchhiker’s guide to the universe, maybe?

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  8. Tech Wishlist
    Tech Wishlist at |

    Is it just me or the title is a bit misleading? “Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do with GOOGLE”? And most of these are not even tricks for Google, but other Google products. Hmmm…

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