Thursday, June 8, 2006
I’m recently blogging in two German multi-author blogs, in case anyone’s interested:
- Die Pixelisten: 9 of us, all ex-colleagues or still-colleagues from a web agency where we worked on Porsche.com, got together to do this blog on development, design, and everything else we can think of. From Flash gurus to designers to programmers and writers everyone’s there...
- Stuttgart-Blog: A blog dedicated to the city of Stuttgart where I currently live. I really like that site’s design – the blog is ad-free/ non-commercial at the moment, by the way.
NSFW: Fleshbot covers the adult side to Google Trends (also see this German post).
People started to notice a “Change authorized websites” link on the Google Account homepage. Clicking on it returns the message, “Currently there are no third party sites authorized to access your account.” What’s this supposed to be for? Also see the previous discussion.
[Hat tip to Garett Rogers, Brinke Guthrie, Dan Cousar, Hermon and Ionut.]
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