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RSS via email

This is a test post to see how/whether RMail works with my blog. If it does then I should receive an email about this entry being posted. Perhaps I’ll say a few additional words about what’s going on...

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Google World

[Also posted on Crooked Timber.] I am back from a five-stop two-week trip and am finally catching up on various things Web. I missed the discussion John started at Crooked Timber a few days ago about...

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Google Talk

For those who did not feel like reading my last long post, I thought I would put up a separate entry noting the arrival of Google’s chat and online phone service: Google Talk. I just tried the phone...

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Nifty GMail “Send Mail As” feature

After considerable time away from home I’m finally catching up on all sorts of nifty things. GMail recently introduced a great new feature allowing users to specify the outgoing and reply-to addresses...

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Revisiting my paintings

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Major search players

Anecdotally, I still often hear people say (like I did last night) that it wouldn’t take that much for a new company to enter the search engine market. But we are not in the late 1990s and it would...

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Got any lifehacks?

I am guest-blogging over at Lifehacker this week while regular editor Gina Trapani takes a breather. Lifehacker is part of Nick Denton‘s Gawker Media empire that has managed to make money out of...

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Lifehacker goodies

[Also posted on CT.] I’ve been very busy over at Lifehacker. A friend of mine says it’s like “quirky academic meets Martha Stewart”. I’m not sure how I feel about that, but it’s a reasonable...

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Craig’s List for Katrina victims

[Also posted on CT.] Numerous people are turning to community site Craig’s List in an effort to find information about family and friends from the New Orleans area and also as a means to reach out to...

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Even more on Katrina

[Also posted on CT.] I really appreciate Ted’s offer over at CT to motivate/thank people for donating to relief agencies. I encourage everyone to donate what they can. In case the suggested $100 is too...

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