Google Public Policy Blog. I’d like them to clarify, as a matter of public policy, what permissions they are seeking, if any, related to published books and more about their position on scanning in printed works, in or out of copyright.
News from the big boys:
Google has bought Feedburner for $100M, according to Michael Arrington at TechCrunch. This deal has been rumoured for a while, but apparently now it’s a done deal.
I’m a Feedburner user, but frankly I have no real opinion about this news. I don’t think Google can change a lot about the terms of service – I doubt they could block feed-ads from other services, for example – so the move will likely go mostly unnoticed by users except for the superior integration we’ll see with Google’s other services for web publishers. Time will tell…
from Google: Zeitgeist 2006.
This (on the right) is just a test,
at least for now. I’ve signed up for Google’s AdSense program and I’m going to experiment with having a few ads on this site. I don’t expect that they will remain there indefinitely, but hopefully they won’t be too intrusive.
Comments are always welcome, pro or con!
Ed has moved
his weblog again and this time he clearly has a very good reason for the move. Scary stuff from Blogger. Very little development at Blogger, and what has changed seems to be nothing but negative.
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