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Chrome Rocks!

An epic article has been published on CNet today. Not that it is written in an especially talented way or couldcompete with Shakespeare's in emotional impact it has upon you.

Howbeit, it is epic, because it marks a milestone event in the history of Google Chrome. As a devoted fan of this browser, I knew from the very beginning that it would finally pwn the God-awful IE. Not completely yet, but the day when Chrome will become the world's top web-browser is not far off.


Comments (7)

dmitriy dmitriy # 0 Up Down

So please explain to me how this article is any epic but the waste of my time and my looping thoughts of how this guy was probably watching Titanic before he wrote this article. It was really annoying and soapy!

Zocker Zocker # 0 Up Down

I mean it is epic not because it is so epically written, but rather because it is about an epic milestone event.

Zecar Zecar # 0 Up Down

I've attentively read the article and noticed nothing that could symbolize somewhat epic or milestone. I really appreciate Google Chrome but still...)

dmitriy dmitriy # 0 Up Down

I am confused about the thinking cap and the pie-chart. What's the missing link? What's the catch, for G. s.!

Zocker Zocker # 0 Up Down

What I miss is what the Google search has to do with Google Chrome. I'm not so sure as to whether Google is really the best search engine on the Web, but nobody'll ever manage to convince me there's a better web-browser than Chrome. Just don't see the cinnection between the two products.

P.S.: Oh, by the way, Firefox uses the Google default search, too =)

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