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How Google Helped Kill the Indie Web and How It Can Bring It Back

My hope is that someone that works inside Google reads this post and shares it with their co-workers. Maybe this post can get a conversation going about where the web is heading next.

In 2013, Google made a mistake. It … [continue reading]

How I Made $35 Last Year By Quitting Google

A year ago this week, Google fired James Dalmore. When I looked deeper into the story, it didn’t sit well with me. It wasn’t the firing that bothered me, it was how Google went to the press later to justify … [continue reading]

Why I Post Food Recipes

I love cooking and then food blogging about what I made. As honorable as sharing my kitchen adventure is to others may be, I realized that my primary motivation is selfish. Whenever I take on a new dish, it usually … [continue reading]

Comments About Comments

This site recently passed a great milestone of having over 5,000 comments. I love the comments this site gets. I’ve gotten so many great ideas. Last year I added comments to my coffee site INeedCoffee. It was a disaster. … [continue reading]

What Google Should Have Done With Blogger FTP Accounts

Not that Google cares about what I think or even bugs I’ve found using their products, but I thought of a simple solution to their Blogger FTP problem. Google states they are abandoning support for FTP based Blogger accounts, because … [continue reading]

Leaving Las Vegas – Google Returns Queen Anne to Seattle

I just learned last night that Google has FINALLY fixed my bug report from back in December. From the post Google Thinks Queen Anne is in Las Vegas:

I accidentally entered my zip code of 98109 and clicked the

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