I have to admit that the Google Chrome OS announcement bothered me a bit. I was not concerned about the level of coverage it received, but it just felt that there was something missing. An OS announcement with limited details, and everyone wondering where Android fit with it, just felt wrong. Google is hiding something. […]

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Yes, this is yet another “OMG! GOOGLE MADE AN OS!” post. However, I am going to start very simply by pointing to something someone said shortly after Chrome was first released: One thing I did realize is that it is not in competition with Firefox or any other browser. This is competition directly aimed at […]

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Oh, the irony! On the day that Chris Anderson’s Free is released, Google decides to take a bite out of free. TechCrunch reported earlier today that the Standard Edition of Google Apps had disappeared. Based on the image in their post, you can see the comparison of the Standard Edition and the Premium Edition. This […]

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Ever since FriendFeed added their subscriber counts to FeedBurner (with my complaints), I have been wondering how we should really deal with the different audiences that consume the content that we create. As I sat down to write some thoughts, Chris Brogan posted a similar idea. Thankfully, he took his post in a different direction, […]

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Yes, that is correct, even reliable infrastructure fails. This has never been more obvious than the past two weeks. The recent celebrity deaths caused massive spikes in traffic to several sites, so of course, some of the sites could not handle the load. However, this is only a small part of what I am talking […]

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