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Monthly Archives: September 2010

A Picture is Worth A Thousand Words

Check out the new Digg, launched in August: ref

You’re Free to Go Home

Many years ago, in the days when I thought I was competitive, I played racquetball. Now I realize that I was not actually a competitive person at all. I was a poser. But the racquetball experience is still worthy of re telling as a parable. Out of college and flush enough to join a private […]

Response to A Fanboy’s Defense of Google

Self-admitted Google “fan boy” Ryan Singel wrote a “In Defense of Google” article on Wired.com today, calling out consumer watchdog group Consumer Watchdog. Consumer Watchdog has been very effectively lampooning Google on privacy issues lately. It must be starting to hurt, to draw such articles on Wired. Consumer Watchdog’s stuff is smart, just odd enough, […]

SEO “correlations” and Reverse Engineering Google

This post is subtitled “careful what you wish for” or “know where you’re headed”. Credentials aren’t everything. God knows our world is pretty messed up these days, and it clearly got that way via the actions of a few generations of very credentialed leaders.  From Ph.D’s to Grand Poobah’s with every sort of title in […]