Monthly Archives: January 2006

“Thank you for taking the trouble to complain”

One of the reasons why Robert Scoble is liked and respected is that he puts his hands up when someone highlights a problem with some aspect of Microsoft or its products. If someone says “Microsoft sucks” – he doesn’t say … Continue reading

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Google Adsense and EFT payments

This has probably been going on for a long time but I missed the memo(!) – Google’s Adsense is now paying by EFT as well as by cheque – this should speed up payments and reduce bank charges – excellent! … Continue reading

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Google founder defends censorship

David Kirkpatrick of Fortune met with Sergey Brin (one of the co-founders of Google) at the World Economic Forum at Davos and asked him about Google’s decision to censor the Internet in China (something I posted about the other day). … Continue reading

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FeedLounge’s amazing disappearing feeds trick!

I signed up for a Feedlounge account today – why? Partly out of curiousity and partly ‘cos I’d really like to have some way to have my feeds synchronised across machines and FeedLounge, being an online aggregator, allows for that … Continue reading

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Questions for Mary Hodder?

I will be interviewing Mary Hodder at the start of next week – if anyone has any questions for her, feel free to drop them in the comments of this post and I’ll put them to her during the interview.

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Google censors the Internet

The New York Times published an article yesterday (and I think I heard a reference this morning on Morning Ireland) about Google’s new site. According to the article, the new Chinese version of the Google search engine: will not … Continue reading

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