But at Christmas you can have twinkling lights, and at Halloween all sorts of fun. iGoogle is also a necessity for that 'to do' list and for mainlining to Wikipedia, something we hypocritically tell students not to do [or use Google for that matter.....]
Anyway, I'll show you mine [boring at the moment] if you show me yours.
Well I've added a bit more stuff now, and have even reluctantly ditched Jimi [why doesn't Pete Burns get a theme?] and I like it much more now, all brooding and grey
Since we like cool and clean, and not bombardment, NetVibes offended our delicate sensibilities a little, and we quickly closed the page and went for a lie-down. Returning later, was eminently shocked to find the little bugger already has us pegged and went straight back in, having the temerity to tell us what we want [...well, fair do's, it was a demo]. But - darling, sod off, let ME decide. Attack of the vapours. Couldn't face doing a compare and contrast screenshot, because that would involve too much chopping, even with all the tags, though god knows we felt like doing a bit of chopping. PageFlakes was kinder, soothing us back to sanity, presenting a vision of order. But fear of the unknown interjected : one has stuck with iGoogle for years, why change? Naughty, lazy, not entering into the spirit of things, but true. And why does one have to CHOOSE? Can't I have both? Probably clever people can, but Miss Crail is a 'click on this button and it will work' kind of person. But to illustrate how dopey Miss Crail is...Working in 2 departments and at home, it had never occurred to actually have just one page with tabs. I had 3! So now I have 1 and can leave messages to myself at home to bring tea bags to work on Monday &c. Gosh, the things you learn! But I have got to stop fiddling and faffing [As The Passion and The Fury so aptly puts it] with things............