This is a great site to see if you are trying to find your way into Internet publishing. After you have your website in place you may want to make it more exiting, readable and ‘write-to-able’ so posting can be done frequently without much effort to you.
It's not a huge surprise that Google is dropping Google Reader, the blog reader it operated since 2005. After all, they'd let it go for some time now (not that I'm complaining – it was after all, a free service, a fine product, and a boon for the overall ecosystem of blogging, podcasts and RSS).
The reality, though, is that Google operates at vast scale, and a niche consumer product like Reader just doesn't move the needle.
We need to stop exporting e-waste to countries without worker protections. It might help if we exported unions so the workers could protect themselves…
Telemedicine is an idea that has been talked up for decades, but it looks as if it’s finally coming into its own.
Thursday’s news that iRobot’s medical robot, which would let doctors talk to and monitor patients remotely, stoked interest across the web. But 'robodocs’ are just one way telemedicine could keep healthcare costs down, improve care and increase access to patients in remote communities.