Granted, it would prevent drive-by tweeting if people would have to calm down before they could login... (grin)
I plan to set my passthought while browsing Reddit, so the only tweets I can send are drive-byes.
This guy had one answer: "when I travel I take only my Linux laptop." If I'm already taking a laptop to do things that a chromebook can't do, why should I have to take a chromebook, as well?
For myself, I've got a Windows partition for things like this. But I can definitely see the chromebook advantage.
I just noticed tonight that it says to keep the remote key far away from the rear of the truck when washing it because splashing water could cause the automatic power liftgate to open if it sees a key nearby.
"Oh, no! My shipment of prize fighting eels! I told you to walk around the front of the car!
There was one in my dorm room at college, though.
There was one in mine, too, but colleges started removing them about 8 years ago. Everyone had cell phones, and no one checked their student voice mail.
The point they're trying to make, and doing so badly, isn't that "Docs is one of the Google Apps", it's "Docs is fully integrated with Google Apps".
On that page, they seem to be saying, "Here's the apps! Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets and Slides!" What muddies the water for me is that (on this page) "Docs" only seems to apply to the word processor, not the spreadsheets or anything else. I want to say that they were called Docs, collectively, when introduced, and Docs started to apply to the word processor only when Drive was introduced, but I really don't know for sure. I think GGP is on the right track: it's a branding issue.
Meanwhile, there is a growing ecosystem that depends on the API. We wouldn't want to swee all of that just suddenly stop working one day either.
This makes me think we're dealing with the inverse situation to that of the Riemann Hypothesis in mathematics: There is currently an ecosystem of math results that are currently tenuous because they rely on this huge unproven conjecture. One day, it will be proved or disproved, and all the dependent results will either be vindicated or swept away.