Smarterware — favorites from the past

Gmail Priority Inbox Puts Important Messages First
On Google Wave and “Failed” Experiments
Google Apps vs. Google Accounts Parity Coming
What Private Facebook Information Your Friends Can Publish
TWiG Live from SXSW
Google, Gmail, and Google Apps Accounts Explained
Control Your Email Inbox with Three Folders
Google Wave Versus the Rest, Feature by Feature
About That Google Server Breach

Douglas Rushkoff floats the idea that Google’s China announcement is a smokescreen for the fact that their servers got hacked–which means your data isn’t safe in the cloud. A serious and well-publicized security breach would be a crushing setback in Google’s cloud apps business. Was the China surveillance and Gmail break-in it, and we just missed it amidst all the cheering? The question mark at the end of his headline makes me think that Rushkoff’s unconvinced about his own thesis; still, it’s an interesting theory.

Update Your Google Account Password Recovery Options

Adopt a Freelancer’s Mindset (Even If You’re a Nine-to-Fiver)
Programmer 101: Teach Yourself How to Code
My New Book: The Complete Guide to Google Wave
How to SMS with Google Voice from Any Mobile Phone
The Google Wave Highlight Reel
On Archiving, Curating, and Republishing Public Twitter Conversations

Frequently Asked Questions About Google Wave

Google Wave 2009 Year-End Screencast

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