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July 09, 2006



very good


it is still going to be a shoot out to win expect some high scirnog if OU is smart though they will run the ball more then they have all year long against TTech because you wanna keep that ball out of the hands of TTech's offenseWith all that being said I'll take Oklahoma 56 Texas 45


This from my colleague, Mark Schneider:I am respirenteng our 100,000 members of NowPublic.com, the largest community of news crowd-sourcers on the web.And we'd be delighted to hear your response to this question:Google famously has stated its primary policy as "Don't be evil." Just about one year ago, Google founder Sergey Brin was quoted in Forbes Magazine as being prepared to "compromise" on this primary policy in regards to information requested by the government of China."We felt that perhaps we could compromise our principles but provide ultimately more information for the Chinese and be a more effective service and perhaps make more of a difference," Brin was quoted.Can you please inform us if there has been any recent developments - and as head of Google policy, what are your thoughts on this issue?Sincerely,Mark SchneiderActual News GuyNowPublic.comactualnewsguy[at]nowpublic[dot]com(I, too, work at NowPublic; thanks for opening up this forum. -jordan)


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