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"Our swimmers at Northwest Whitfield High School in Whitfield County, Georgia earned their T-Shirts by giving full participation in our Holiday Intensive Training sessions held over Christmas holiday. Jennifer, pictured in the center, found your web-site and designed our T-shirts. Ordering was simple, your customer service department even contacted us with a way to reduce our cost, and the delivery was fast! - a nice bonus, Thanks!" - Northwest_Swim_Team (Feb 01, 2008)

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comment by anonymous - Feb 04, 2008 - back to the top

Great Pic!

comment by anonymous - Feb 04, 2008 - back to the top

Great Pic!

comment by anonymous - Feb 04, 2008 - back to the top

Very Cool!

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Nice!

comment by Guest - Feb 25, 2013 - back to the top

You're right in that Google may hope that the geekier of its fans will rnmemceod Android to those who ask them for advice, and perhaps openness will be one of the reasons the geeks like it though I doubt it will be a reason they tell their friends.But I think this starts to point towards why Google may want to keep some of the source code close to its chest. There is, simply, a lot of crap out there running Android.The early adopters whom Google hopes will tell their friends about Android are probably those who'll also buy things like a HTC device, with its own front end. Their friends will be wowed, and might even look for something like thatThen they'll see the prices, and they'll see a cheaper device too, that the salesman tells them also has Android on it, and they'll buy that.As a result, there's a risk that lots of people will end up having crap experiences with cheap Android devices. And perhaps restricting their source code is about the only way that Google can think of to avoid that.