Google Reader is an RSS reader–RSS for really simple syndication. RSS readers make it easy to read and organize blogs, both on the desktop and on mobile devices, and I find the Google Reader to be one of the best and easiest to use.
I have my iGoogle home page set up with Reader widgets with either single publications, like the Financial Times, or [...Continue Reading]
In the week since Google introduced the Nexus One Android phone, the posts, reviews, and comments on what’s next for Google, what’s next for mobile, and what’s next for the known universe have been taking up I’d bet terabytes of storage space throughout the information network.
One of my favorite bloggers, Fred Wilson of AVC, posted “What Blackberry Is For Outlook/Exchange, Android Is For [...Continue Reading]
Scott McCloud, author of Understanding Comics, has done a terrific job with his comic adaptation of the Google Chrome team’s words. The copy is clear enough on its own, but McCloud’s illustrations add whimsy, fun, and understanding.
Much of the book goes over the logic used to build traditional web browsers, and then gives further insight into why Google made Chrome the way they [...Continue Reading]
Google introduced its Nexus One phone today, and it marks a conclusion in one phase of mobile evolution and the beginning of the next.
I’m not talking about the technology of the phone itself, though as a new owner of an Android-based phone, I can tell you it’s pretty cool. Maybe even as cool as the iPhone, which I have long said is “the [...Continue Reading]