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eBay and Craigslist
eBay is NOT the main owner of Craig's List, I think. There are quite a few different shareholders
Thanks: I will go change that. I checked Craig's List's website, which says that EBay owns 25%.
Keeping the article on Google Base
I think that we should keep the article on Google Base, to the disagreement of some users who have switched the page to a re-direct. I think that as Google continues to release information on this service, it is a good idea to have an article for it. Additionally, as the service could have potentially fatal effects to other services, such as Craig's List, which are well-known services, it would be appropriate to have a page that would allow people to see how this service has affected alike services.
We should move this page to Google Base instead of Google base: It would be the correct capitalization.
I agree, Google Base should have its own page. Google Maps does. -Vontafeijos 02:25, 2 November 2005 (UTC)
I also agree, as long as the article makes it clear that at the moment nothing a lot of the "information" is speculation there should be no trouble. Sgd 14:28, 6 November 2005 (UTC)
Seeking feedback on Google Groups article
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I've removed the future reference as this service went live in beta today. Raymondangel 07:21, 16 November 2005 (UTC)
This article reads like an advertisment or as if a Google employee wrote it
Hi, I believe that this article reads like an advertisement or as if a Google employee wrote it. It even includes an excerpt from a Google PR release. This article should have a label stating the lackof neutrality here. Shane (talk) 20:17, 26 May 2009 (UTC)