Well, just so you know…there is breaking news, Google’s gmail isnt working at the moment for some of it’s users…dont panic…it isnt you if you are not a technical person. I always panic when something technical isnt working…because i think it is my lack of tech skills; however, this time, gmail developed a problem with their gmail about 1:30 Pacific time today. Google says they arent sure what the problem is but they are aware it and they are working on it. Many people use their gmail account for business purposes so the impact of the failure is being felt. I became aware of the gmail breakdown from my twitter account!
Breaking News: Don’t Panic, It’s Not You-Gmail Isn’t Working
February 25, 2009 by writewhereyouare
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