This week’s episode of TWiG featured Jeff Jarvis Skyping over 3G from a moving car on a NJ highway, Brad Stone from the NY Times who was a total trooper during our criticism of the Tim... Read more
This week’s episode of This Week in Google included my friend Matt Haughey. Because we recorded on iPad launch day, the conversation inevitably centered around the new device, which I... Read more
A few months back I bought Brian Tracy’s Eat That Frog–a great book about beating procrastination that I cited in a recent Fast Company video–on my Kindle. Today I got an i... Read more
I’ve been a slacker posting up the YouTube videos of each week’s This Week in Google episode, so I’m getting back to it. This past week was particularly fun for me because... Read more
As promised, Google Docs has rolled out the “upload any file” feature that lets you store files up to 250MB in size in Docs (up to 1GB for free, $0.25 per extra GB). Just checked... Read more
Douglas Rushkoff floats the idea that Google’s China announcement is a smokescreen for the fact that their servers got hacked–which means your data isn’t safe in the cloud.... Read more
Happy to announce that my weekly tech therapy session, This Week in Google, is now available for to watch on YouTube. In this week’s episode we covered Google’s treatise on the m... Read more
Cloud data backup service, Backupify, has dropped its paywall until January 31st in an effort to acquire more customers. The service backs up Gmail, Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, Google Docs, W... Read more
Now that you’re auditing your online account security, log into your Google account(s) and visit the Account Recovery Options page. Here you can update your secret question and answer,... Read more
Two stories of online account break-ins this week: First, Twitter.com got redirected to an Iranian hacker page because attackers were able to get into the email account registered with their... Read more
“Google now has 1,000 of its 20,000 employees working on enterprise products, largely Apps. Four hundred are engineers; most of the rest are involved in sales and support, a high propo... Read more
Now that you can point your cameraphone at an object and get Google search results back about that image, what about photographing a stranger and getting Google results back for his or her n... Read more
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