It looks like I’ve maxed out my biggest Google Plus circle, a.k.a. my 14-hole rotatory phone. I can’t wait to see what happens when I add one more person to the circle. (Nobody tell me.) I’m so excited.
Google is introducing a competitor to Facebook called Google+: Introducing the Google+ project: Real-life sharing, rethought for the web … Google+ is a different kind of project, requiring a different kind of focus—on you. That’s why we’re giving you more ways to stay private or go public; more meaningful choices around your friends and your data; and more ways to let us know how we’re doing. All across Google. How
Gmail screwed up yesterday due to a bug from a software update: Imagine the sinking feeling of logging in to your Gmail account and finding it empty. That’s what happened to 0.02% of Gmail users yesterday, and we’re very sorry. There are about 170 million Gmail users. 0.02% of 170 million is 34,000. They’re in the process of restoring all lost email, but what surprised me is they use tape
Google Simlar Pages is a Google Chrome extension that recommends webpages similar to the one you’re currently viewing. Google Similar Pages recommends the following when viewing this site (Steel White Table): The Atheist Missionary The Dave – I’d rather be phishing The Progressive Curmudgeon The J-Walk Blog What the hell is “The J-Walk Blog“?!
My default browser is Firefox and has been for years. I’m not a Luddite. I have enough technical skill to customize my browser so it’s just the way I like it, but I prefer to keep my browsing options simple. For instance, I don’t use RSS readers. If I can’t go to a site on my own, then I probably don’t need the information anyway. So that’s where I am