One of my favorite things about Craigslist is the Free Stuff section. For the past six months we’ve had some old glass shower doors sitting in our garage. I finally took a picture and put them on Craigslist and within a couple hour five people contacted me asking for more details. And by the next day they were gone.
Over the last couple years we’ve gotten rid of old BBQs, rusty bikes, and other odds and ends. It easier than throwing something away in a dumpster and I’m glad someone else is getting more use out of our old junk.
Good grief, Google.
With the death of Google Reader, I’m starting to question my reliance on Google products. Here are the ones I use most frequently:
What are the alternatives?
– Feedly looks promising, but the site seems to be overwhelmed by traffic. And what’s their plan to monetize the service? I want to use a service that will be around for a while.
– NewBlur also looks promising, but it’s going to take them a while to scale to handle the traffic migrating from Google Reader.
Here’s the bottom-line: I’m going to stop relying on Google services. Google doesn’t value me (or anyone else) as a customer. To them we are data they can sell to advertisers.
My first is to dump Chrome and move back to Safari.
See ya later Google.