I’m at Write the Docs today in Portland and will be posting notes from sessions throughout the day. These are all posted right after a talk finishes so they’re rough around the edges. Ashleigh started at Google in 2004 as a data center hardware technician. In 2010 she… Continue reading →
A story A while back my Google Apps email broke. I could still send and receive email through the web interface but all application-specific passwords were not functioning. I spent most of a Monday trying various steps. Nothing worked. I remembered that Google offers phone… Continue reading →
There are a set of tools we can use. But we don’t have to jump onto every new network that comes out, exclaiming “No No NO! THIS ONE changes everything!” Daniel Agee — “Google+: Should I Give a Shit?” — We Have A Bigger Problem.
There’s a very simple business reason why Google cares if they have your real name. It means it’s possible to cross-relate your account with your buying behavior with their partners, who might be banks, retailers, supermarkets, hospitals, airlines. To connect with your use of cell… Continue reading →
Thanks to an early invite from Raanan I played with Google+ over the weekend. I want to jot down one thought about how Google+ treats identity. A significant barrier to entry for many social tools is finding the people you already know who are using… Continue reading →
The future of analytics products. An epic rundown of various analytics products, what they offer, and what they lack. Google Analytics may be the market leader but for many large sites and companies it may not be the best option.
Leo Laporte is back to writing on his blog: I should have been posting it here all along. Had I been doing so I’d have something to show for it. A record of my life for the last few years at the very least. But… Continue reading →