Monthly Archives: June 2011

Please ask support questions in public

If you send me a support question via email, I’m very likely to ask you to post the question on a mail list or discussion group. I know this will upset some people sometimes, but it’s the right thing to … Continue reading

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Super-early bike ride

People keep saying I should keep blogging my bike rides no matter how much each is just like the ones before. But today’s was different. I was up really late or really early depending on how you look at things. … Continue reading

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Help shine the light on McAfee

Exec summary: I’m looking for legal help to get McAfee to stop blocking this site. Details follow… Yesterday I got a tweet from Kiran Patchigolla asking if I knew that McAfee is blocking my site. I responded that I knew, … Continue reading

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Opting-out of Google Plus

A few hours after writing my last piece on Google Plus, I got an invite, from Scoble. Didn’t know it actually was an invite until I read a NextWeb piece that clued me in. So I gave it a try. … Continue reading

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For the record

Computerworld quoted my latest piece in their roundup of opinion about Google Plus. Many others did as well. Quotes are welcome as long as they accurately reflect what was said. For the record, I don’t think the words they attribute … Continue reading

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Page’s mistake

I’ve been round this loop now three times, at least. If you count the big ones. There were small ones too. The big ones: 1. IBM. 2. Microsoft. 3. Google. When IBM hit the wall, it was with a revolution … Continue reading

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Google Yawn

I’ve been to so many big earth-shaking events from BigTechCo’s — today’s Google thing is making me yawn, while my eyes glaze over in boredom. Here’s how products like this are conceived: 1. We need to kill Facebook. 2. What … Continue reading

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