Screwed by Google Again (The Neverending Story)

I got this email from a recruiter today, with a position in a place I would never consider even visiting again. No problem, I have a canned script for replying to that sort of email. Except that as Read more [...]
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Going Home Again

The 6-month contract at Qualcomm is coming to an end next week. This week will be a busy one! Lots of packing, and getting rid of stuff we've accumulated (mostly for comfort) in our one-bedroom apartment. And Read more [...]
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Python!

I've been meaning to try writing a useful complete program in Python for some time now, having read about it, and having spent some time figuring out what another programmer was doing in Python. I finally Read more [...]
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Sequence Error

My current client has an internal mailing list that is used for all sorts of things, from advice on local businesses (and which to avoid) to selling or giving away stuff (similar to Craigslist). Yesterday, Read more [...]
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“Do No Evil”

I got an email from the "Do No Evil" company today, welcoming me to "Inbox" -- and assuring me that "Inbox" wasn't something that was intended to replace Gmail as we know it. Among a few other items in Read more [...]
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Replacing Gmail

Google has been at it again... Over the past few days, I've been noticing that some (not all) of my Gmail filters have suddenly stopped working. The thing that makes that really interesting is that Read more [...]
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Google’s True Nature?

Over on How-To Geek, I found an article about some unwanted installation of software by Google (via a so-called "Side Load" from a Picasa installation). I found this quote interesting: Applications that Read more [...]
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