Friday, July 28, 2006
New Crop Of Google Services Sighted
Tony Ruscoe, a UK developer, had a "quick go" at Google's servers, and got a wealth of information out of that small expedition. Ruscoe discovered the names of fourteen services that, as he put it, "aren't currently available to your 'real' Google account."

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