Ted was definitely an icon,

Ted was definitely an icon, although I'm sure he'd have pooh-poohed the idea. The help he so freely offered to anyone that needed it will be missed, but losing him is what really leaves a hole. 

Ted was definitely an icon,

Ted was definitely an icon, although I'm sure he'd have pooh-poohed the idea. The help he so freely offered to anyone that needed it will be missed, but losing him is what really leaves a hole. 

Ted was definitely an icon,

Ted was definitely an icon, although I'm sure he'd have pooh-poohed the idea. The help he so freely offered to anyone that needed it will be missed, but losing him is what really leaves a hole. 

I am with you on the "Wasn't

I am with you on the "Wasn't it dead for a while?" sentiment?

As for G Reader, it's sad. It was a good tool... They could have at least kept it for current users... No huge investment

I'm not sure that there is

I'm not sure that there is any more cost than the domain registration at this point. It runs on Yahoo! search results. Maybe they will let me buy the domain for $50?

I'm not sure that there is

I'm not sure that there is any more cost than the domain registration at this point. It runs on Yahoo! search results. Maybe they will let me buy the domain for $50?

I'm not sure that there is

I'm not sure that there is any more cost than the domain registration at this point. It runs on Yahoo! search results. Maybe they will let me buy the domain for $50?

We haven't missed the labor

We haven't missed the labor of your love btw ;) http://www.threadwatch.org/node/19573

No matter what you call it,

No matter what you call it, it's just the correct way of doing online marketing: Take care of what's on your site before going out with it (that's my personal understanding). I don't use the term inbound marketing myself but I have nothing against people who do...

yehh

I think Google is just so much more commerically focused....I think it is when products like this go away it shows how much more bottom line focused google has become...I remember when Google Labs and igoogle went away....I had a little bit of a WTF moment about those....like...how much resources does it take to support google sets. Aw-well..