Google Reader is dead more than six years, and the internet is not ready yet. I have never found a substitute for the memories of Sunday as much as I do, who mourns his loss every day. But now, there may be a place where we can respect the app’s beloved RSS.
Dana Frito, a Google employee, posted this photo of graves and tombstones for Advertisements and the many deaths caused by Google services, which are set at the headquarters of the Seattle campus company to celebrate the dreadful time:
Also available for Picasa, Google Buzz, Orkut, Google Wave, and Google+. I can’t say I have much to say about the rest of the chapters here. If I had created this reminder, I would have double-checked Google Reader, and maybe I want to create a new Or Orans style. (I want to create a cone to remind me of Google Inbox. RIP.)
Keep in mind that this offline gemstone collection is just one of many services that Google has killed. If you want to see the full list and dream of your favorite Google service is missing, check out Killed by Google website (Remember iGoogle? Or the Nexus Q?)
So, to make sure we close Google Advertising and make it easier on the internet, check it out soon The video 2008 for using Google Advertising. Uses … interface re-creation paper. I think Google did not pay attention to the Owner at that time.