Category Archives: google

Search Engine Land and Explanatory Journalism

(Yesterday, I blogged about something being called “explanatory journalism.” It provides some background for this post.) I ran out of time dashing off that post, but wanted to mention a business-to-business media company that rose out of the blogosphere and … Continue reading

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Google Reader: “That’s All Folks.”

Tomorrow is the first day of the rest of your life without Google Reader. If you are like most of the inhabitants of earth, you won’t recognize any difference. If you are like some of my friends and have followed … Continue reading

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Don Norman on Google Glass

  @ToddGailun Google glass are well done. I’ve worn them. Beautiful, but are they functional? The developer community will find out. — Don Norman (@jnd1er) May 1, 2013   A few months ago, right after the first batch of Google … Continue reading

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Can you hear me now?

Here’s one of those anniversary news items that makes you realize two things: A length of time (in this case, 40 years) can seem like both a long time, and a short time. Today is the 40th anniversary of the … Continue reading

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Google Reader was a Google Pigpen product

(Note: This blog post rated G, for “Geeky”) While I’ve used Google Reader to catch and organize content syndicated via RSS, I’ve never used Google Reader as a news reader. (I’ll explain how in just a second.) To understand why I’ve … Continue reading

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