Linky Goodness, February 27
I’m so used to seeing Linky Goodness now that I have a little panic attack when I type it, worried that I’m usurping the Picks for the day. I can’t even remember my own link roundup’s name.
Ahem. Well, that glance into my psyche was . . . fun. On with the links, shall we?
- Pat Sexton, Google Gadget Guru and man of exceptional taste, shows us evidence of Google Gadgets in Google Search Results. Okay, NOW I want one.
- Okay, now it’s getting old. New York AG Subpoenas Comcast Over Net Neutrality. Seriously, Cuomo, are you just doing this to get your name in the news? I gave you props when you went after Facebook over pervs. But I’m not going to apologize for you just because I dislike Comcast’s trickery and like Jack McCoy (for shame, riding on the coattails of fictional characters and the FCC). Let’s let the feds do their jobs here—and if they fail, then file.
- These c-levels. So much flux: About.com CEO Scott Meyer To Leave.
- File this one under “News of the Weird.” Or Wired. Whatever. Social networks illustrate how disease can spread. Ew.