(In other words, now I can compose mails in the middle of the night — whenever the inspiration kick in — and set Boomerang to send it later, at a more decent time. Like the morning after, for instance.)
Anyway: It’s a browser extension, that interacts with Gmail and Google Apps (I use the latter in my everyday work).
Boomerang works with Chrome and Firefox. Good thing I’ve just come to really really like Chrome — both on Mac and PC, actually.
I’m using Google as my default search engine. Howevere, if I ever needed to change my default search engine, Duck Duck Go would be my number one choice.
In many ways, Duck Duck Go offers more advanced (yet useful) features than Google Search. Also, I think it provides as good search results as Google — in a more clean and attractive way.
Sure, Google has become an ubiquitous web service provider. Search, mail, maps, documents and more… While this is amazing, it is starting to scare some people.
I’m glad to see new search engines like Duck Duck Go pushing the envelope for online search. I do not think sites like Duck Duck Go will bcome a real threat to Google, but they will force Google to keep innovating its core business — search.