TiSP: Google Flushes Free Wireless Broadband For All

Google TiSP

Now posted on the Google Blog, news of the new Google TiSP service offering free wireless to homes via their, ahem, plumbing systems. Sir Thomas Crapper would be proud. See discussion at Techmeme. Google’s latest feature will better connect you with previous Google products that have been rolled out on the first of April: Google Romance in 2006, Google Gulp drinks in 2005, Gmail in 2004 (hey, that was real!) and PigeonRank in 2002. What happened in 2003? Google was very serious in 2003 and unable to release any new products.

TechCrunch (soon to merge with F*kedCompany), also notes that Google’s Gmail service is now pushing Gmail Paper.

Related Topics: Channel: Consumer | Google: Parodies | Search & Society: April Fool's

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  • http://megabluewave.com/blog Marek Wawrzyniak

    Fool me once (with Matt’s blog being hacked) shame on you … fool me twice (with this) shame on me… Nice April Fool’s joke…

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