Google going evil has become the Godwinâ€™s Law of tech commentary: “As an online discussion tech commentary about Google grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis... Read more
Last January I took apart my computer desk and rebuilt it at standing height. I’ve been standing at my desk every workday since. Just in my 2011 travels, I’ve seen standing desks... Read more
Anil sums up the history and future of web protest as we wrap up the week we stopped SOPA. I had chills on Wednesday, the day the web went black in protest of SOPA, because we were all witne... Read more
“Bloggers are famous enough to have stalkers, but not famous enough to have bodyguards.” —Danny O’Brien Everyone thinks they want a million Twitter followers and a mi... Read more
If you’re sending Gmail messages from anywhere other than Gmail itself, they may look like they’re phishing attempts. Up until today, whenever I sent messages using my Google App... Read more
There’s a vast difference between software you can use for free and apps you pay to use: different customers, different business model, different commitment for developer and user. Whe... Read more
After a year of starts and stops and some flailing and nail-biting, we finally shipped. The Todo.txt mobile app is now available for iOS. Get it for your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad in the i... Read more
Codecademy‘s Code Year is a weekly lesson for people who want to learn how to program. Over at Slate, Farhad Manjoo explains a few good reasons why you might want to do that at all, wi... Read more
Jeffrey Zeldman: The first thing I got about the web was its ability to empower the maker. I say â€œit made meâ€ but I made it, too. You get the power by using it. Nobody confers it on you. Read more
I missed last Wednesday’s 2011 Year in Review episode of This Week in Google because I was on an airplane somewhere over New Mexico. That doesn’t mean I don’t have a list o... Read more
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