Jeremy Blogged in Class Today!

February 22, 2009
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OK, for those of you who don’t recognize the Pearl Jam allusion, here are the lyrics and video. But most of all, congrats to Jeremy Pickens for jumping in to the blogosphere with his new blog: Information Retrieval Gupf.

Most readers here who read the comments (note to RSS readers–you can and should also read the comments feed via RSS!) know Jeremy as Google’s outsourced conscience. So it’s not surprising to see him blogging about Google’s attitude towards competition in his most recent post, entitled “One Click Away“.

I’ve of course added Jeremy’s blog to the feeds I read. While I realize he’ll now be splitting his time between commenting at The Noisy Channel and posting to his own blog, I’d like to think that I’m not losing a commenter but gaining a blogger. Jeremy, welcome to the dark side!

OK, for those of you who don’t recognize the Pearl Jam allusion, here are the lyrics and video. But most of all, congrats to Jeremy Pickens for jumping in to the blogosphere with his new blog: Information Retrieval Gupf.

Most readers here who read the comments (note to RSS readers–you can and should also read the comments feed via RSS!) know Jeremy as Google’s outsourced conscience. So it’s not surprising to see him blogging about Google’s attitude towards competition in his most recent post, entitled “One Click Away“.

I’ve of course added Jeremy’s blog to the feeds I read. While I realize he’ll now be splitting his time between commenting at The Noisy Channel and posting to his own blog, I’d like to think that I’m not losing a commenter but gaining a blogger. Jeremy, welcome to the dark side!

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