I know some people hate people who cross post to different social networks, and I’ve seen threats to un-follow people who do, but whatever, that’s how I roll. Today, I posted the same thing to Facebook and Google+:
I’m no constitutional scholar or supreme court justice. But Article 1 Section 8 of the constitution says that congress has the power to provide for the general welfare of its citizens. To me, the individual health insurance mandate seems to fall under that clause.
Google plus post:
This forked into two separate but heated discussions… Continue reading Battle Of The Cross-Post Flame Wars: Google+ vs. Facebook
Today I got an e-mail from Google Wave, one of my waves had been updated! Excitedly, I jumped over to wave.google.com, only to find that it was yet another “null post”:
This was one of the curious “features” of Google Wave. Continue reading Activity on Google Wave Reported Via GMail! Reporting This On Google+
Can you do this on iOS? I didn’t think so.
Some Gmail/Chrome users may be concerned about this. Google is dismantling it’s Gears service and is killing Offline mail in their browser in the process. Personally if I’m offline I’m usually scaling some hill, then the offline capabilities of my Android phone work fine. But if you really must have Offline e-mail on you desktop, use one of the following options:
- Mozilla Firefox 3.6
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 8
- IMAP client (such as Thunderbird)
- Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook (requires installation of client plug-in)
Read more Directly From Google Continue reading No More Offline Gmail In The Chrome Browser (Temporarily)
Some good discussion of iOS vs android going on Twitter today.
[blackbirdpie url=”http://twitter.com/#!/NeilRobertson/status/68063691052032001″] Continue reading Android vs. iOS Discussion w/ @Sterner @NeilRobertson @funnylookinhat
I do not usually troll Twitter, but sometimes I can’t help myself.
Continue reading People Who Are Terrified Of Google Amuse Me