Rinke Park, via foursquare
“A Forest” - The Cure
from Seventeen Seconds
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Just logged into my GMail account (2061 MB and counting...) and noticed that the signon form is now branded as Google Accounts. Looks like the single-signon thing for Google will be happening sooner than later.
Intolerance is the last defense of the insecure.