The Next Web: “I feel sorry for you to type in mail.google.com as it’s six characters longer. That seems like a minor effort, but let’s assume you check your email ten times a day. Then, all of a sudden, it’s 60 characters extra. Now consider the number of Germans using Gmail, probably millions, and multiply it with 60. All this extra typing work for the copyright needs of one man.”
Oh, come on. Don’t you ever re-enter URL’s in your browser? That’s right, your browser recognizes what you’re typing and comes up with suggestions. And if even that is too much, the’ve added this newfangled feature that, I think, will become a big, big hit. They’re called bookmarks.