Fuck you Google, and Goodbye


Wow! I have got a new Samsung iPhone GT-S7562!

One of my Yahoo friends, Ronit (http://thescurvydawg.wordpress.com/2014/09/21/fuck-you-google-and-goodbye/), has successfully got google out of his life. I am sure that I will succeed, too.

I cannot copy files to my Ubuntu system as it has been abandoned by google! What is new?

meebo, YouTube (the original), Wildfire, Mashable and what not (https://www.google.co.in/search?num=100&newwindow=1&safe=off&client=ubuntu&channel=cs&q=companies+acquired+by+google+and+shut) (Do not hit me with that in which I used google to search that things!)! All Acqu-hired by google and then kicked both in the face and testicles, together-together.

Bloddy hell!

An Insight into my Hindside...

I was introduced to Google back in school, when it was just a search engine. Now it has its fingers and feet in almost every product/service category and is undoubtedly the market leader in most of them.

After Google search, I started using Gmail, then Google Chrome. It was only by chance that I didn’t buy an Android handset (almost bought the T-Mobile G1 once) and I am glad I didn’t. Google is evil. Google is at the moment, what Microsoft was in the 90s. Ruthless and evil.

Google has the right to read through your e-mail, use that information however it pleases and targets ads depending on the text in your e-mail. Also Google has deliberately not supported Windows Phone for years.

Yes, Google is evil Yes, Google is evil

So a few months ago, I decided to say “fuck you” to Google and start moving away from all Google products. OneDrive replaced…

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  1. pranjalsharma799
    Posted Saturday, December 20, 2014 at 21:29 | Permalink

    Saying ‘Fuck you, Google’ and leaving it forever is one tough task for any person who knows how to access internet.

    There are a lot of people like you and me who hate Google for their own reasons.

    But actually leaving it forever!
    I truly can’t even imagine how he manages his daily activities over Internet.

    Google, Gmail, YouTube, Blogger, Maps, Drive are things that I access almost 4 to 5 times a day.

    He’s that one tough guy.

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