Linky Goodness, June 11
When it comes to Linky Goodness, sometimes I even amaze myself. (And a cookie goes to the first person who can give the “correct” comeback to that!)
- The French are doing away with e-mail. And email. And even electronic mail. Instead, it’ll be called courriel. Which is actually pretty cool, since it’s from “courrier electronique” (‘electronic mail’). (If you’re wondering “Can they do that?” the answer is yes. The French language has an academy, a governing body that decides what proper words, grammar and usage are. English doesn’t.)
- Does Google Stock Screener do it for you, or will you stick with Yahoo Finance?
- And in other debates, Should bloggers be considered members of the “press”?
- Overstock et al. have abandoned them, but Amazon‘s not alone in fighting the good fight—the IAB Strikes Back At Empire State (New York. But isn’t her headline just the best?)
And the race for the cookie begins . . . NOW!