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Immensely looking forward to seeing what he’s up to.
☆ In Response to Stupidity
I like Jeff Glucker. He’s a good guy, fun to be around and enthusiastic. He’s the kinda guy you want to take out for a beer. And after what went down tonight, he needs one. Let’s get two things clear: First, shilling for an automaker on the side and posting a story without disclosing your conflict of interest is wrong. Secondly, I know very few automotive journalists writing for legitimate news...
→ Google Maps + Inrix →
Smart partnership by Google. Inrix has some of the best traffic data collection methods in the business and the biggest gripe I’ve heard about Maps is Google’s decision to nix traffic data a few months back. And considering this won’t be an exclusive partnership, there should be some interesting crowd-sourcing models from Google in the near term. Now, when we’ll finally get...
→ Avoiding the blogger trap →
A good re-read that I’m finally starting to follow.
☆ Is Everyone Done Freaking Out About OnStar?...
Are you carrying a mobile phone? Do you own a GPS device? Does your mobile phone have GPS functionality? Then you can be tracked. Easily. And in most cases, legally. But that’s not what the sensationalist headlines are about. OnStar’s terms of service have been amended and the gripe heard ‘round the Web is about customers unsubscribing from the service while the two-way connection remains...
I love sharing music, digitally. But physically sharing something that’s...– @mat on sharing earbuds.
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114 comments later, I think I might’ve struck a nerve. And who says the average enthusiast doesn’t care about this stuff?
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