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January 25, 2011


Charles Jannace

FWIW, I've been using Chrome 9 beta (instead of Firefox) for about two months on three different Windows PCs (XP and 7 Pro) and have had no problems at all. As I understand it Google Cloud Print prints only PDF and doc files but I still think this is big news. I've been printing wirelessly from my iPhone 3GS and iPad to an HP printer but the thought of doing this through a cloud from anywhere is exciting. Last night I was thinking as I set up Google Sync with my iPhone, iPad, and iPod 4G, where would we be without all the great free tools Google provides? I send them a lot of dinero for Google AdWords and Google Places but think of all the first rate free stuff we've grown accustomed to over the years.

Charles Jannace

Amazing. Today I printed something on my iPad on my office printer without a hitch. The paperless office is dead. Long live the paperless office!

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