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    • I understand that as well - but I'm reminded of the fact that Google became what it is today by caring about the "long tail". If they are now doing the opposite, that might be a sound business decision but it also means that we should expect less experimental stuff from Google going forward.

      On the other hand, when Google experiments and does put something new and shiny out for us to use, the fact that we know it will inevitably be put on the chopping block again leads to the vicious cycle of us being less likely to adopt it in the first place.