Why is President X So _____?
The Atlantic used Google search autocomplete to discover 50 cities’ stereotypes. I wondered what I could learn about some recent presidents. Apparently, not much. ;-) Did any of these surprise you? Update: Thanks to a comment on Facebook suggesting that these might be honest questions rather than statements, I reattempted the searches. Looks like Reagan…
Buh Bye, Feedburner — Hello URI.LV
I was using Feedburner to provide my email subscriptions. Rather than wait for Google to kill Feedburner, I have moved my email subscriptions to URI.LV. If all works as planned, those of you who subscribed to my blog will continue to get my new posts (including this one) without disruption. If not, I’ll have some…
Buh Bye, Google Reader — Hello, Feedly
I’m one of the 500,000 making the jump to Feedly. I read scan 228 feeds, so quick navigation from one item to the next is of prime importance. Reader’s j/k shortcuts are permanently wired into my finger memory and I was overjoyed to find that Feedly also uses them. I’m playing with Feedly’s touch interface…
Yesterday I complained that Barnes & Noble’s Nook store doesn’t make it easy to find free ebooks. Today, I discovered Google’s eBookstore solves the problem: just search for “free.” I can download the books in ePub format and use Calibre to transfer them to my Nook. Problem solved!
Jonathan Perlow on Success
Most of the things we try fail. Jonathan Perlow
Easy Cash With Google?
From The Official Google Blog: “Use Google to Make 1000s of Dollars!” or “Easy Cash with Google: You Could be Making up to $978 a Day Working from Home!” You may have seen offers like these using Google’s name or logo that sounded too good to be true. Unfortunately, nearly all of them are, and,…