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Tuesday, December 13, 2005
[Media Source*] Apparently the Google group has allowed users to add a "tetris" API to their personalized home page, giving it much needed value as many users could access their Gmail, GNews and Gfun else where via other Google services (i.e. Google Desktop).
(Google Blog) With the Google Homepage API, developers can now create modules for the personalized homepage. It's designed to be flexible and easy to use, and you don't need to download anything to create a module. To get the ball rolling, the team's created a few modules to add to the directory. So check these out and get started creating your own.
Other features such as the "Weather Map" are quite useful, although unless users submit creative works, Personalized Google may lack the interest necessary to make it worth while (hint: creative coders needed). END.
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