thenextweb:

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FJP: The end of Google’s throw enough at the wall and some things might stick strategy.

thenextweb:

(via A graveyard of cancelled Google products, collected on Pinterest by a helpful Microsoft employee - The Next Web)

FJP: The end of Google’s throw enough at the wall and some things might stick strategy.

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    FJP: The end of Google’s throw enough at the wall and some things might stick strategy.