Tag: Google Reader

  • Doers & Talkers: Cultivating Innovation

    Doers & Talkers: Cultivating Innovation

    A few years ago, I wrote a post called Doers and Talkers where I profiled two types of people in the technology space: Those who have ideas and are visionaries (or talkers) and those who implement those ideas on behalf of others (the doers). I looked back at that post and realized that, while correct, […]

  • Google Predicting the Future?

    Geeks among us will recognize the term “chaos theory”. It is a highly philisophical, and yet scientifically unproven, theory of physics that says, among other things, that there is a natural order to the universe that cannot be observed directly, but can be seen in patterns. Popularly known as the Butterfly Effect, it theorizes that […]

  • Organic Feed Reading

    There is so much information shooting around on these interwebs that sometimes I have a hard time keeping track of all the conversations I want or need to be a part of. Yes, of course I use Google Alerts to do vanity searches on my name, but I’ve found that in the past three or […]

  • Google Reader Stats Still Pretty Useless

    Did you know this blog has only 7 subscribers? Me neither. In facts, I’m solidly in the 800 subscriber range according to all authoritative stats on such things. However, Google Reader is reporting 7 subscribers. Keep in mind that these are subscribers to a feed using Google Reader, so expect some skew. But a 793+ […]