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The Websites that I knew

by Augusto Casta?eda In reply to Augusto Casta?eda's Blog

<p>I have visited along all this time thousands of Website in Internet, but they are not much of a what they have been in my memory. Hardly I remind that my first tour Website at the beginning of the year 99.</p>
<p><img alt="Terra per? 99" src="http://img395.imageshack.us/img395/8796/terraperu8tn.gif" /></p>
<p><strong>Ohhh Terra Per?!.</strong> <br />My first think comes to my mind now. When I visit Terra.com.pe looking to Peruvian Playmates of Playboy. Woooou,Those wonderful years.</p>

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Google and Apple collaborating?

by Augusto Casta?eda In reply to Augusto Casta?eda's Blog

<p>A posting in a forum for enthusiasts of Intel-based Macs suggests that Apple Computer and Google are collaborating on technology in secret. A Monday <a href="http://dw.com.com/redir?destUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.mactelchat.com%2Farticles%2F237-iphoto-6-0-5-shows-evidence.html&siteId=3&oId=2060-10793_3-6122823&ontId=10784&lop=nl.ex">post by a user with the alias "Javester"</a> purports to have uncovered evidence of a Google-Apple technology linkup hidden within iPhoto coding. The posting is fairly technical and includes screenshots. </p>
<p>"In the Localizable.strings file inside the iPhoto app bundle, we find several intriguing keys, including one called GPSMapURL which is preset to 'http://maps.google.com/maps?q=%f+%f'!" Javester writes. "The GPS fields in iPhoto is not exactly earth-shattering news. GPS EXIF info has been in iPhoto for a while now. But the inclusion of Google Maps and the hidden Show button certainly is. Hhhmmmm....so what is (sic) Apple and Google up to? Could geo-tagged pictures be just the tip of the iceberg?" </p>
<p>Spokespeople from Apple and Google were mum on the subject. "We have nothing to announce at this time," a Google spokeswoman said. "We don't comment on rumors and speculation," her counterpart at Apple said.</p>
<p>By: <a href="mailto:elinor.mills@cnet.com?subject=FEEDBACK: Google and Apple collaborating?">Elinor Mills</a></p>

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