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Another reference site for Shawn William Byrd is at bloggers.com/shawnwilliambyrd. Go and support him! What do you have to lose, except the time it takes to gain some new insight into the world! Thanks for reading.

And yes, this is a short entry, but it’s worth reading.

Yahoo Versus Google Mail

You’re thinking to yourself, “Which mail service should I use?” Yahoo has it, so does Google. A lot of phones like the Galaxy Nexus can access it, you can sign on both from most phones. Google includes the whole gmail thing, as well as Plus. You got a network supporting you with Google. Yahoo mail is pretty easy, and there’s also Yahoo messenger that can sign on as a separate java app from even the older phones.

Next time you go to Google and look up not-so-kosher things like Tumblr (yikes!) or how to make whiskey like Popcorn Sutton, sign on and try out both services. Do this, but don’t get deep into circles or networks before you cancel one. Or, sign on and determine which is better for your business venture. Save some money, get a Galaxy Nexus, and act like a big player. If that’s your personal promotion site, maybe use Tumblr, but for referrals. Careful what you post when you sign on, Google may not like you anymore.

What Is The Best Way to Access My Google Mail?

Long gone are the days when you would need to be tied down to a computer to do all of your work. You can sign on to your favorite Yahoo mail account, or log on to Google, from your Galaxy Nexus or other phone.Of course, you still require some sort of internet connection. Just ask Popcorn Sutton if he has reception out in the back hills. Sign on to Yahoo mail from your phone, computer, tablet, pad, or any other device that runs basically any modern operating system, mobile or otherwise.

Do you like big screens when you sign on to Google? This way, your favorite Tumblr pictures make you feel like you are there (watch out!, no privacy). The small screens on phones, even the Galaxy Nexus, are small when compared to a 23” LCD. If I was to commune with nature, look for Popcorn Sutton, and sign on to Yahoo, I’d certainly Google my way, first.

How to Use Google and Yahoo Mail to Take Over the World. . . Fiction

First, get a Google account. Second, Get a Yahoo mail account. Third, get a Galaxy Nexus. Fourth, find Popcorn Sutton (don’t get drunk while looking). Fifth, post drunken whiskey searching “escapades” on Tumblr. Sixth, skip seventh. Eighth, upload magic carbon nano tubes through all mail accounts. Make sure to sign on before doing so. Yahoo will probably block transmission, however you will most likely get a ratings bump from Google. Strange, but the Galaxy Nexus signed on to Yahoo mail, and told me I won a prize for being the one-millionth visitor! That will make the world takeover that much easier. Tumblr will meet it’s match when I sign on, because one weapon eliminates cloth material. Should be fun. Google it, just change your search level to “off” from “moderate”.