At the end of the year, it’s always fun to look back at the places you’ve gone and things you’ve done in the past 12 months, and if you log your comings and goings with app... Read more
Lifehacker’s publisher, Gawker Media, suffered a severe network breach and the responsible party published the usernames and hashed passwords of 1.24 million readers at Lifehacker and... Read more
A few people have asked what I want/what they should give to nerds they love for the holidays, so here are a few ideas off the top: a DonorsChoose.org gift card (your recipient will get hand... Read more
Got to chew over all the recent Google News with Tom Merritt, Jeff Jarvis, and Kevin Purdy this week while Leo was at the Le Web conference. We spent a lot of time talking about ChromeOS and... Read more
Here’s another difference between Apple and Google: Apple makes beautiful computers, and Google makes computers disposable. Check out this ChromeOS commercial. I actually recoiled watc... Read more
Big thanks to iTunes Rewind for including This Week in Google (video) on their Best Podcasts of 2010 list. Two years ago, if you told me that I’d ever love doing a web show as much as... Read more
My favorite app on Android, Gmail, got a significant update today, with full Priority Inbox support, the ability to send from a different address than your native account, and my favorite, t... Read more
Firefox 4 beta users: the two most popular “Better” Extensions I put together, Better Gmail 2 and Better GReader, are now compatible with the Firefox 4 beta. Download them now. I... Read more
This week is the last chance for big companies to make 2010 product announcements before things slow down for the holidays, and Google’s not letting the opportunity pass them by. Yeste... Read more
In July 2009, an old friend of mine and her partner were sleeping in their bed when an intruder broke into their home and brutally raped them at knifepoint. My friend’s partner, Teresa... Read more
Really fun episode yesterday with Matt Cutts, one of Google’s most friendly and well-known engineers. We talked about the power of links (even negative ones), net neutrality, Google po... Read more
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