When Everything is Technology, Nothing is Technology (Premium)


I routinely provide Google with two pieces of feedback: the home in my neighborhood that is very much not a business despite being listed as so on Google Maps, and the articles that appear in the Technology section of Google News that are not technology stories. I feel ignored on both counts. But today I’d like to focus on the latter issue.

First thing each morning, I make an espresso and sit in the sunroom and read the news on my iPad. I start with The New York Times and The Washington Post, sticking mostly to the articles that make it to what passes for the front page these days. And then I move on to Google News, where I only read the technology stories. It’s kind of a transition into the workday, I guess, a high-level overview of what’s happened since the last time I looked at this kind of thing the night before.

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