Speaking of new Google products, know which one I am kinda loving? Google Reader. I think this is the nudge I need to finally abandon Bloglines. (Hi, Snarkmarket readers!!! Remember me??)
Way to re-appear. No grand prophecy from the mountaintop, no mega-post on the new^3 journalism… instead, a sweet link. And just like that Mthomps is back.
There’ll be megaposts a-plenty! Now I read with Google.
We missed you, Matt. And many thanks to Robin, who’s been doing a grand job of keeping our Snarkfix coming.
Yes, Robin has been doing a great job of holding up the fort. Actually, though, I’ve learned that blogging/commenting is a more effective way to communicate with Robin than e-mail.
That’s true. I’m like the guy who always hangs out at the local bar instead of his house. Except nerdier.
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