In my blog: Life inside Google—an ex-Googler airs the dirty laundry dlvr.it/QnqD6s

In my blog: Don’t group Chinese New Zealanders into one faceless bunch dlvr.it/Qnn1wy

At Font Police: Co-what? There’s terrible kerning in the To pair, and the final... dlvr.it/Qnbjq8

In my blog: The Facebook and Twitter purge: you can violate policies by doing nothing dlvr.it/QnYwbB

The top sites in , and it appears you can’t edit them. Who uses Google, Gmail and Facebook so much that they need to be on top? So retro 2006.

In my blog: Autocade hits 14,000,000 page views, and we start a YouTube channel dlvr.it/QnCnZx

Beware: beyond the interests that tracks (regardless of whether you have opted out), they have added a new section called ‘Your categories’ (and they’re populating that without your permission, too). Have a look here: facebook.com/ads/preferences

In my blog: Google censors at every level—it’s just what they do dlvr.it/Qmzf8B

Plus’s top items’ top comments: ‘sex sex sex’.

At Font Police: Can’t, or won’t? There’s an obvious appeal to doing it yourself... dlvr.it/QmtLnt

In my blog: Google exposed private user data between 2015 and 2018 dlvr.it/Qmmwxt

At Font Police: Not as good as gold When creating a logo, it pays to use one... dlvr.it/Qmfcc8

At Font Police: Encountered When you’re sticking bits to a sign, make sure you... dlvr.it/Qmfcc0

Deleting email embedded images from my old 500 Gbyte hard drive (now an external) takes a while …

In my blog: Twitter stutters and other Big Tech misadventures dlvr.it/QmZ6S1

Oh well, no more messaging for me. It won’t let me type, but it will let me send images, so for now, this is what I am sending.

Lots of spammers from Myanmar today in Facebook.

In my blog: The easy-to-spot signs of the social media racist dlvr.it/Qm345S

I’m pretty sure Te Reo Māori is spoken in Tauranga, or am I missing something?

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