Rule 1 (well maybe Rule 2 or 3, but right up there anyway) of life - "There's no such thing as a free lunch". Why we computer users continue to expect something for nothing and act surprised when the "free" software we download exacts its quid pro quo, is beyond me. I'll bet you will act shocked and surprised once again if (or more likely when) someone discovers the hidden price tag(s) attached to Gmail.
Last edited by The Deacon; 01-05-2005 at 03:10 AM.
yes I would be surprised about these hidden price tag with gmail.
So what are these hidden price tags?
Granted, they hardly need any hidden ones, their "upfront" price tag is, IMHO, high enough. But do you seriously beleive the "only" use their computers will find for the data they mine when they "google" your email is to serve you "relevant" ads with "targeted content"?Originally Posted by severedthumbs
I sure do. but in case I am wrong I only use if for non-important stuff. like signing up to forums and what not.Originally Posted by The Deacon