Official Google Blog
In all the foofaraw surrounding the Blogger UI makeover, the launch of
the "official"* Google Blog (http://www.google.com/googleblog/) seems
to have slipped under the radar - or was I just asleep yesterday, and
failed to register the anticipated blogpile?
Or have we passed so far beyond the tipping point that the launch of
any new blog - even one hanging off the Google home page - is of only
very, very passing interest?
Is this a giant collective yawn - the 21st century equivalent of what
we all experienced when, in 1998, people were still putting out news
releases to herald the launch of their new websites...?
Personally, I like the idea of another giant technology company
opening their kimono a little through a blog. It's Google; it'll be
different. Of course. But it's still a good example of human voice
spilling out from behind the firewall (one hopes). Or is it? And do we
even care? Anyone mind if I take the last tuna sandwich...?
*btw - my quotation marks around "official" are not there to imply
that I think there's anything unofficial about the blog. Rather,
they're standing in for the tone of voice I'd adopt in speech to
convey my impression that the words "official blog" constitute an