"Let’s get this straight up front: I am now writing a blog post, not blogging a blog," writes Forrest Wickman at Slate, the good people who brought you the great two-spaces-after-a-period debate. Oh yes. Oh yes. They are at it again, this time with a post in which he takes on the matter of what to call this thing we do.
Tweaked language won't appease Louisiana Democrat Mary Landrieu, for one
What do you mean the reception bars "were never real in the first place?"
The search giant acquires ITA, a travel data firm, for $700 million
If you bought slightly flawed new phone, do you deserve a cash payday?
"You could not get your ankles wet" in Colbert's depth of knowledge
The former president wants to bring in the Navy
To keep its business in the country alive, the search giant revamps google.cn
1.7 million units sold despite complaints that holding the phone reduces signal strength
But commercial and TV broadcast may have to sacrifice
Rumors swirl about "Google Me," a possible social-networking site
Overfishing plus the Gulf spill could drive the fish over the brink
This post is completely safe for work
In the ongoing battle between copyright control and "fair use," the pendulum swings towards the latter
"Women aren't stupid, but the Food and Drug Administration treats them like they are"
Unlike previous upgrades, praise for this release is nearly unequivocal
The economic and environmental risks posed by a deepwater drilling moratorium
Come for the political discourse, stay for the bad Swedish accent
Proposed legislation includes a system-wide control-alt-delete
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