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This is only spookly because just yesterday I was drafting a post suggesting that Google might do exactly that. It was all part of a post about the recently leaked screenshots of the Google Calendar application, and I was going to hypothesise that Google might buy a service like Writely (with Writely specifically identified) and develop it into a full-blown online Office-style application suite, as part of the push to get us all to store more stuff online.
So I very nearly had a scoop. So close, but yet so far. I’m beginning to feel like ITV.
No, I’m not bitter.
Well maybe just a smidge.