Google Reader has never been on my shortlist of tools for blog reading I use, after all it’s pretty hard to beat NetNewsWire and Feeddemon. However, with this latest upgrade of the service I have to say that it may in fact become my primary reader.
Hats off to Google, they got this one right.
Official Google Reader Blog: Something looks… different.:
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I don’t know about how you see this, but the fact that Fiorina is shilling her newly published autobiography on the back of the scandal at HP just strikes me as rather undignified.
MercuryNews.com | 10/08/2006 | Fiorina calls HP scandal `very sad’:
in her first public comments about the Hewlett-Packard leak investigation scandal,
Here’s the headline for the story:
Thanks to Graf, Agassi rackets stay in the family
Now coming from SAP my first thought was not to think of professional tennis.
Looks like Columbia University really is serious about taking action finding who is responsible for the suppression of free speech last week. We’ve seen this snowball up in the last year with Facebook and Myspace profiles increasingly being targeted by employers interested in learning about candidates without the veneer of just a resume, I wonder how long it will be before we see people losing their job or appointment because of something they put on Facebook.
Investigation to Look at Facebook – News:
Columbia will review information and images posted on students’ Facebook profiles as part of its investigation into Wednesday night’s Minutemen brawl, a University spokesman confirmed Thursday evening.
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