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On Default Behavior

Sunday, May 24, 2009 by Thomas L

Fred writes on A VC about default behavior on the Internet, the fact that you tend to go to a special site when you want to do something, like always going to Amazon (or in my case, Adlibris) when you want to buy a book; read the blog post for more information.

Yesterday I was going to look for info about JBoss' new JRuby appserver Torquebox, and instead of pointing my browser to Google I pointed my browser to instead. Google is going to have loads of trouble with competition from real-time searches.

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