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CBC is Schizophrenic Over Google Memo

The CBC published two opinion pieces yesterday on the leaked Google “echo chamber” memo: Google axing someone for mouthing off in a memo was not a smart move; and Google delivered an important message by firing its employee for his … Continue reading

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Google’s Lack of Meritocracy Revealed

The Full 10-Page Anti-Diversity Screed Circulating Internally at Google has caused a furor at Google and in the media. This you can see merely from Gizmodo’s ridiculously hyperbolic headline. I’m going to reprint some excerpts here and comment. Follow the … Continue reading

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Big Media is Anticompetitive

I’m going to comment on the New York Times article News Outlets to Seek Bargaining Rights Against Google and Facebook. Note that I provide a link to the original content in all my commentaries, because I believe in giving them … Continue reading

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Using Fake News to Censor the Internet

It’s ironic the lack of self awareness shown by corporate media in the US. First they invented the term “fake news” to smear the alternate media, then they were shocked when they were caught out in lies and their slur … Continue reading

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More Google Search Bias?

Heat Street has published an article entitled “Does Google Have a Liberal Bias? Search Results for Roger Ailes“. Lets see what the top nine results look like on both Google and Duck Duck Go: Google Duck Duck Go Roger Ailes … Continue reading

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Google is Biasing their Search Results

Recently, Eric Schmidt, former CEO of Google, was quoted as saying “We’re not arguing for censorship, we’re arguing just take it off the page. Put it somewhere else. Make it harder to find.” In other words, Google is planning to … Continue reading

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C Programming: Naming Conventions

Naming conventions are like most standards: the great thing about them is that there are so many to choose from. Most people agree that a project should have one and use it consistently, but there is little agreement on what … Continue reading

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