After Yahoo, Google takes on eBay

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  3. Actually, if you’re gearing a blog toward wireless devices, having the content on the left makes more sense, because you’ll force browsers on Pocket IE, Opera Mobile and Blazer to scroll through a mountain of ads just to get to the content itself.

    Then again, to the other 98% of your audience, it does look great. =^)

  4. well ebay may have a page thats pretty straight forward, but the google page is going to have to get updated some day…
    I would think that they want to have more content on the front page, espicially with all their new products that they are rolling out.

  5. Ìîé áîéôðåíä ïèêàïåð, íî çà êàêèì åìó ýòî ÿ äî ñèõ ïîð íå ðàçáåðóñü. ß êðàñèâàÿ,
    äîáðàÿ (íó âñ¸ â ýòîì äóõå), à îí âñå ðàâíî ïî÷åõëèë íà òðåíèíã-ìàñòðå, ãäå ó÷àò ñîáëàçíÿòü :(.
    Ñêàæèòå ëþäè íà êàêîé õ.. åìó ýòî?

  6. So, what’s the jist here? Is google gearing up to turn froogle into an ebay-style platform that isn’t just a money-grubbing, customer-hating rip-off center? That would be a turn for the better…

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