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Webmetricsguru

I love the photo of the Three Monkeys! The Monkeys don't look Evil either.

Pedant With an Attitude

It's "ineptitude".

Howard Kaplan

Thanks for the note, but it would appear either usage is ok in this instance. http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=ineptitude

Mr. Shiney

Google certainly seems good at marketing speak. That's all "Do no evil" is, IMHO. Maybe it once meant something. But beginning with their nefarious "Google ID"/persistant cookie they were pretty much in the evil business whether they wanted to be or not. I think Google's present strategy of rolling out new products piecemeal will continue to be very effective in attracting users who throw caution to the wind or either are just to dumb to know better. To bad more people haven't read "How To Boil a Frog."

Google certainly seems good at marketing speak. That's all "Do no evil" is, IMHO. Maybe it once meant something. But beginning with their nefarious "Google ID"/persistant cookie they were pretty much in the evil business whether they wanted to be or not. I think Google's present strategy of rolling out new products peicemeal will continue to be very effective in attracting users who throw caution to the wind or either are just to dumb to know better. To bad more people haven't read "How To Boil a Frog."

http://mrshiney.froppy.com/blog/

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