Yandex on the Rise…

Yandex is a company that is taking the world by storm and doing it in a way that no one has noticed the storm as it develops. That storm is huge and Yandex is going to be big. Bigger than we all comprehend, as it will one day take on Google…

I will give one link for English speakers like me and this link will lead you to all that I am talking about for the next few paragraphs: http://www.yandex.com/

yandexI use Yandex search, RSS, browser, mail, images, video, translate and soon will use their new Islands technologies that they are developing. Yandex also is developing a social network system and that I will move to as soon as it is running smoothly. Facebook has tried to crush this new kid on the block and Yandex has had to start back again at the drawing board to redevelop their social network…

With the last straw having been broken by Google over the Google Reader and its demise on July 1st, 2013. I made sure that I found a replacement for everything Google and literally Yandex covered all the bases. The dropping of the Google Reader was the last straw for me, I used the Reader as a tool and that tool has not been the first tool of Google’s that has been sent to the dust bin. I have learned that Google is unreliable in many things and has grown to large to remember all of us who made Google what she is now. Yes the people of the world use Google and the people of the world can not use Google and that is what I chose to do. Drop Google…

I also found a surprise in their (Yandex) Browser and it looks to be a variation on the Chrome Browser. It is fast and just plain works, it just needs some more plugins and it will soon rival the big boys…

So maybe it is time to try the upcoming kid on the block. I have and it is worth watching the growing pains. Yandex has a smart bunch of developers backer her and like everything else in the world. Top Dogs always fall and little dogs who watch and eat their vitamins, get a chance to try their luck…

Yandex is watching and waiting and growing as you ignore it…

Post by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

The copy scores 76.1 in the Flesch Reading Ease test, which is considered fairly easy to read…

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