[access-uk] Re: odd thing in google

Its simply Googles way of letting you see this is your personalised Google 
page. If you click on the Classic Google - I think that's what its called 
anyway - you'll be back to the Google you know.

Darran
----- Original Message ----- 
From: <alex.thynne@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, July 08, 2007 9:41 PM
Subject: [access-uk] odd thing in google


| Hi all
|
| every time I go into google.com, I see a small i before the capital g in
| google.  I've got an account there as I own one list on googlegroups and
| help run another.  I added some content to my google home page such as 
news
| and other stuff.  Could google be displaying something I can't exactly
| access, or is it something that everyone else sees.  I don't see why a 
small
| i should be there.  I tried going into other google versions such as the 
nz
| version and that small i isn't there but I can see a link labelled 
igoogle,
| if someone can enlighten me please do.  Sorry if this is a little off 
topic
| but I don't have anybody around who can answer this for me and it's 
driving
| me crazy.
|
| Alex
| skype name: grytpype2006
| windows live messenger name: alex.thynne
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