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(The Atlantic Wire)   Google's April Fools Day pranks are totally NOT FUNNY, according to people who are still pissed that Google Reader is going away. In other news the butthurt about Google reader can officially seen from space according to Google Earth   (theatlanticwire.com) divider line 91
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2013-04-01 01:17:02 PM
Zero comments? April fools?
 
2013-04-01 01:17:54 PM
Personally, I'm more annoyed about iGoogle.  Netvibes looked like a reasonable replacement, but they can't seem to update from Google News more than once every 24 hours.  If you want your news to be a snapshot of what was going on at midnight, Netvibes is for you.
 
2013-04-01 01:20:05 PM
I sure hope I win at least in the top 1,000,000 int he YouTube video contest.

/Not sure if phone has google nose or if phone has smell from being in back pocket.
 
2013-04-01 01:28:30 PM
Netflix has the funniest AND most subtle April Fools I think so far.

sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net
 
2013-04-01 01:40:13 PM
Waaah! A free service is no longer being provided! How dare they stop giving me cool stuff for free!
 
2013-04-01 01:40:14 PM
Been using Greader for years...

Officially butthurt.
 
2013-04-01 01:43:05 PM
wow, someone is really in love with google reader...
/google reader.
 
2013-04-01 01:45:35 PM
I can just picture the Google execs sitting dumbfounded around the conference room table, "Folks, I don't understand it.  Even after yanking Reader, Google+ subscriptions are still flat lined.   It's almost as if stripping away a popular service that people put a lot of time and effort customizing and cultivating has made them even MORE averse to use our shiatty, redundant social networking product.".
 
2013-04-01 01:46:18 PM
I am curious... what was the rationale for shutting down Google Reader?
 
2013-04-01 01:46:23 PM

Lexx: Waaah! A free service is no longer being provided! How dare they stop giving me cool stuff for free!


Well, at one point iGoogle was responsible for 10% of searches on google.com... so if the point is to get people to search on google.com so Google can advertise at them, eliminating 10% of that rather than encouraging it by enhancing the service seems counterproductive.
 
2013-04-01 01:46:31 PM
i164.photobucket.com
 
2013-04-01 01:51:10 PM

downstairs: I am curious... what was the rationale for shutting down Google Reader?


RSS iz teh ancient. 2day evry1 gets newz frum soshul netwurkingz  #Idiocracy
 
2013-04-01 01:54:31 PM

sinanju: Lexx: Waaah! A free service is no longer being provided! How dare they stop giving me cool stuff for free!

Well, at one point iGoogle was responsible for 10% of searches on google.com... so if the point is to get people to search on google.com so Google can advertise at them, eliminating 10% of that rather than encouraging it by enhancing the service seems counterproductive.


What percentage of iGoogle users switched over to Bing or Yahoo for search when iGoogle went away? Alright, multiply that by your 10% number and you'll have the actual number of views eliminated.
 
2013-04-01 01:59:46 PM
The end of YouTube, for example, tries to make light of the fact that Google often kills beloved products.

That is NOT what the prank is about, you moronic imbeciles. Not even close.

"Imagine a world where Google dedicated 10 percent of the effort it has spent on April Fools' Day jokes on Google Reader. Can you imagine it? I can," writes The Verge's Dieter Bohn.

Yeah, and imagine the NERVE of those people not curing cancer, either.

Seriously, you whiny farks, quit biatching because a company that gives all kinds of services away for free decided to stop giving away a certain feature for free, and has spent a little time making a webpage with a fake ad for it. You really need to take a pill or 17...
 
2013-04-01 02:00:31 PM

ProfessorOhki: sinanju: Lexx: Waaah! A free service is no longer being provided! How dare they stop giving me cool stuff for free!

Well, at one point iGoogle was responsible for 10% of searches on google.com... so if the point is to get people to search on google.com so Google can advertise at them, eliminating 10% of that rather than encouraging it by enhancing the service seems counterproductive.

What percentage of iGoogle users switched over to Bing or Yahoo for search when iGoogle went away? Alright, multiply that by your 10% number and you'll have the actual number of views eliminated.


iGoogle won't be gone until September
 
2013-04-01 02:00:49 PM
 Geek Cool is so fresh and non played-out and awesome.   You know what would else would be awesome?  If  Zombie Apocalypse happened on April Fool's Day ... amirite?
 
2013-04-01 02:04:31 PM
Google is pretty good at yanking support for great projects that niches of people use:

-Google powermeter: Most of the energy monitoring equipment I bought for home and work used this service. After they shut it down, I lost all of my remote monitoring capabilities.
-Google Sketchup: They bought it, updated it a couple times and sold it off. For a time, it was one of the most used products in our office, used to do preliminary designs for clients.
-Google Health: Store your health info online. That project didn't even last a year.

Heck, just check out the long list of shuttered Google services online. Other than web searches and phones, I'm not investing any time or money into products related to Google.
 
2013-04-01 02:07:27 PM
Do people really not realize that the google pranks are advertising?
 
2013-04-01 02:07:27 PM
I used iGoogle years ago but have become hooked on FlipBoard's candy-like interface now that I have the option to sit on the couch and read my news feeds without a hot laptop on my lap.  The ability to distill links in a senseless twitter feed into a magazine format is a pretty cool addition to RSS.

/at a desk but fark is still not news
//opening the door to onion-belters to tell us how they read news on the couch without a hot laptop on their lap
 
2013-04-01 02:07:46 PM

Mikey1969: Seriously, you whiny farks, quit biatching because a company that gives all kinds of services away for free decided to stop giving away a certain feature for free, and has spent a little time making a webpage with a fake ad for it. You really need to take a pill or 17...


Google is free to do whatever they want.   And I'm free to tell them to go fark off when they try to get me to use their services.   Especially a sub-par and redundant one like Google+ or Google Drive.    When they've decided on a whim to do away with a service I spent a lot of time into cultivating and customizing, why would I waste another second of my life setting up and customizing, much less purchasing, another  product from an unreliable and tone deaf vendor?
 
2013-04-01 02:11:21 PM

MrSteve007: Google is pretty good at yanking support for great projects that niches of people use:

-Google powermeter: Most of the energy monitoring equipment I bought for home and work used this service. After they shut it down, I lost all of my remote monitoring capabilities.
-Google Sketchup: They bought it, updated it a couple times and sold it off. For a time, it was one of the most used products in our office, used to do preliminary designs for clients.
-Google Health: Store your health info online. That project didn't even last a year.

Heck, just check out the long list of shuttered Google services online. Other than web searches and phones, I'm not investing any time or money into products related to Google.


^THIS

Once I found out I can't connect Google Calendar or Contacts with Windows 8, I'm seriously skeptical about continuing to build my digital life around Google.  And I've been their greatest evangelist for the past 4 years.  I liked that they were specifically NOT competing on Apple or Microsoft's territory, just stitching together pieces in the background that made for a fantastic whole.  Now I'm going to have to choose between mom or dad, when I do love them both.

So I'm a high-functioning nerd who has never dabbled in Linux.  If I'm looking to set up a semi-permanent, elaborate home network, would it be worth my while to start learning it and building my system around it?  I recently tried to integrate Win 8 into my 7 setup, and it turns out the exact pieces I was counting on using (WMC, Windows Backup, a few others) inside Windows are no longer handled the same way, which makes me very leery.  I realy want to get something set up to where I won't have to mess with anything substantial for at least 5 years, and preferably only make minor mondifcations in the 5 years after that.
 
2013-04-01 02:15:52 PM
I kinda liked the Google Maps prank for today myself....
 
2013-04-01 02:19:57 PM
Am I allowed to admit that I like Google Drive because it's an easy way for me to send all of my roleplaying  books to myself so I can goof off at work?
 
2013-04-01 02:20:21 PM
TelemonianAjax: ...Once I found out I can't connect Google Calendar or Contacts with Windows 8, I'm seriously skeptical about continuing to build my digital life around Google.  And I've been their greatest evangelist for the past 4 years.  I liked that they were specifically NOT competing on Apple or Microsoft's territory, just stitching together pieces in the background that made for a fantastic whole.  Now I'm going to have to choose between mom or dad, when I do love them both.

So, let me get this straight.  Apple refuses to pay the licensing fee for Google Maps, removing the problem and causing a fiasco.  Microsoft turns off support for Google Calendar in the Calendar app in Windows 8.  Yet somehow both of these are....Google's fault?  I'm not following you.
 
2013-04-01 02:23:25 PM

sinanju: Personally, I'm more annoyed about iGoogle.  Netvibes looked like a reasonable replacement, but they can't seem to update from Google News more than once every 24 hours.  If you want your news to be a snapshot of what was going on at midnight, Netvibes is for you.


I do kinda resent they are killing iGoogle.

It's just such a transparent attempt to get people to use Google+.
 
2013-04-01 02:25:19 PM

InmanRoshi: Mikey1969: Seriously, you whiny farks, quit biatching because a company that gives all kinds of services away for free decided to stop giving away a certain feature for free, and has spent a little time making a webpage with a fake ad for it. You really need to take a pill or 17...

Google is free to do whatever they want.   And I'm free to tell them to go fark off when they try to get me to use their services.   Especially a sub-par and redundant one like Google+ or Google Drive.    When they've decided on a whim to do away with a service I spent a lot of time into cultivating and customizing, why would I waste another second of my life setting up and customizing, much less purchasing, another  product from an unreliable and tone deaf vendor?


What's wrong (or subpar?) with Google Drive?
 
2013-04-01 02:25:51 PM

AngryDragon: So, let me get this straight.  Apple refuses to pay the licensing fee for Google Maps, removing the problem and causing a fiasco.  Microsoft turns off support for Google Calendar in the Calendar app in Windows 8.  Yet somehow both of these are....Google's fault?  I'm not following you.


Because your conclusions are suspect at best?

For the maps split, Apple licensed Google's mapping data for their app. But that same data couldn't be used to provide turn-by-turn directions per Google's license agreements. So Apple had a choice between keep paying Google for mapping data in a functionally crippled app or create/buy their own data to provide turn-by-turn directions. In this case it wasn't a "fault" it was just a problem with how the maps could be licensed.

Microsoft didn't turn off Calendar support. Google decided if you are not a Apps for Business user you are not allowed to use Exchange Active Sync. They then said free users can use CalDAV to connect because it's free! And it's open! Then, of course, the same day Google Reader was announced to be shut down they changed the calendaring again so now CalDAV won't be supported and developers have to use a Google specific API to connect.
 
2013-04-01 02:30:02 PM

Fark_Guy_Rob: What's wrong (or subpar?) with Google Drive?


It's just redundant compared to other cloud services, and IMHO other services do it better (Dropbox with LANsynching).    Even if all things are equal, I'll go with the provider who hasn't earned a reputation of yanking products out from under their users feet.
 
2013-04-01 02:34:32 PM
They should have continued yesterday's idiotic debacle and just went ahead and put up hugo instead of cesar...
 
2013-04-01 02:37:20 PM

Fark_Guy_Rob: InmanRoshi: Mikey1969: Seriously, you whiny farks, quit biatching because a company that gives all kinds of services away for free decided to stop giving away a certain feature for free, and has spent a little time making a webpage with a fake ad for it. You really need to take a pill or 17...

Google is free to do whatever they want.   And I'm free to tell them to go fark off when they try to get me to use their services.   Especially a sub-par and redundant one like Google+ or Google Drive.    When they've decided on a whim to do away with a service I spent a lot of time into cultivating and customizing, why would I waste another second of my life setting up and customizing, much less purchasing, another  product from an unreliable and tone deaf vendor?

What's wrong (or subpar?) with Google Drive?


I was wondering that myself. I actually ditched dropbox because it was slow as fark and slowed down the computer itself. Went to Google Drive and it works as I expected Dropbox to work.
 
2013-04-01 02:38:36 PM

TelemonianAjax: So I'm a high-functioning nerd who has never dabbled in Linux. If I'm looking to set up a semi-permanent, elaborate home network, would it be worth my while to start learning it and building my system around it? I recently tried to integrate Win 8 into my 7 setup, and it turns out the exact pieces I was counting on using (WMC, Windows Backup, a few others) inside Windows are no longer handled the same way, which makes me very leery. I realy want to get something set up to where I won't have to mess with anything substantial for at least 5 years, and preferably only make minor mondifcations in the 5 years after that.


Yes, Microsoft is too busy changing everything every few years just for the sake of changing things and they love to force adoption of new things to replace old things just because they can, Apple is similarly easy to write off as useless for long term predictability.  Linux however is first and foremost a great OS for all that behind the scenes stuff, you can always get at older version of anything that ever ran on it and because the whole ecosystem is based on the FOSS concept its easy to try out anything you want.  If you really want to keep portability strongest you can even virtualize your stuff so that you could swap out entire machines without having to commit to building them up before realizing some key component doesn't quite work the way you thought it would.  (IE get yourself an ESXi host going, single host usage is free as in beer).  FreeNAS btw is also a fantastic central storage platform.  You can of course still use Microsoft OSes among your chosen platforms just try to shift the infrastructure itself away from them.
 
2013-04-01 02:39:18 PM

InmanRoshi: Fark_Guy_Rob: What's wrong (or subpar?) with Google Drive?

It's just redundant compared to other cloud services, and IMHO other services do it better (Dropbox with LANsynching).    Even if all things are equal, I'll go with the provider who hasn't earned a reputation of yanking products out from under their users feet.


Is there a way to ask Google to produce paid versions of their apps & services, I mean the ones that don't really make them any advertising revenue?
 
2013-04-01 02:39:37 PM

Somaticasual: They should have continued yesterday's idiotic debacle and just went ahead and put up hugo instead of cesar...


What "debacle"? I hope the "debacle" you're referring to is the idiocy of people getting butthurt over the fact that Google didn't put up an Easter logo, since they aven't done so since 2000. Either that ot the idiocy of people who can't read and ASSUmed that it was Hugo Chavez because they are morons.


Google did nothing wrong then, and they haven't done anything wrong now, people just like to Google-bash as a hobby, while continuing to use their free services.
 
2013-04-01 02:40:03 PM

MightyPez: Microsoft didn't turn off Calendar support. Google decided if you are not a Apps for Business user you are not allowed to use Exchange Active Sync. They then said free users can use CalDAV to connect because it's free! And it's open! Then, of course, the same day Google Reader was announced to be shut down they changed the calendaring again so now CalDAV won't be supported and developers have to use a Google specific API to connect.


Yeah, Google can go to hell for their whole ActiveSync/CalDAV thing.  Dumping ActiveSync in favor of CalDav was annoying, but hey people change which API they use.  When Google changed again and rolled out their own API, that screams "attempt to lock in users".
 
2013-04-01 02:41:46 PM

InmanRoshi: Fark_Guy_Rob: What's wrong (or subpar?) with Google Drive?

It's just redundant compared to other cloud services, and IMHO other services do it better (Dropbox with LANsynching).    Even if all things are equal, I'll go with the provider who hasn't earned a reputation of yanking products out from under their users feet.


Dropbox? Seriously? I switched to Google Drive because Dropbox sucks ass...
 
2013-04-01 02:44:51 PM

Lexx: InmanRoshi: Fark_Guy_Rob: What's wrong (or subpar?) with Google Drive?

It's just redundant compared to other cloud services, and IMHO other services do it better (Dropbox with LANsynching).    Even if all things are equal, I'll go with the provider who hasn't earned a reputation of yanking products out from under their users feet.

Is there a way to ask Google to produce paid versions of their apps & services, I mean the ones that don't really make them any advertising revenue?


They spend untold resources attempting to position themselves as the epicenter of people's online universe because even the loss leaders allow them to bring in ad revenue, just from the fact that people are self contained in the Google online bubble.    Their prerogative, just don't act surprised when no one wants to get duped again by spending time setting up and customizing Google+ only to have Google yank the rug out from underneath them in a couple of years  when Google announces they're yanking Google+ because they want everyone to move to Google Queef.
 
2013-04-01 02:45:56 PM

AngryDragon: TelemonianAjax: ...Once I found out I can't connect Google Calendar or Contacts with Windows 8, I'm seriously skeptical about continuing to build my digital life around Google.  And I've been their greatest evangelist for the past 4 years.  I liked that they were specifically NOT competing on Apple or Microsoft's territory, just stitching together pieces in the background that made for a fantastic whole.  Now I'm going to have to choose between mom or dad, when I do love them both.

So, let me get this straight.  Apple refuses to pay the licensing fee for Google Maps, removing the problem and causing a fiasco.  Microsoft turns off support for Google Calendar in the Calendar app in Windows 8.  Yet somehow both of these are....Google's fault?  I'm not following you.


Google more or less killed off support for Windows 8 to begin with, in all honesty.

I miss the old Google. There was web content, and they made ways for you to access it easily. They didn't give two shiats about which browser or OS you were using. Now, they're using this thing that was supposed to free you from lock-in (the Web) and turning it into a way to make you dependent on them.
 
2013-04-01 02:47:52 PM

Lexx: Waaah! A free service is no longer being provided! How dare they stop giving me cool stuff for free!


All or most of google's stuff is free, yet they want me to use it.

They are training me not to.

That extends to my Android phone.  It uses mostly a google infrastructure.  If I can't county on google to support its products, why should I sign a multi-year contract worth thousands of dollars for devices that rely entirely on google products?
 
2013-04-01 02:48:12 PM

MightyPez: AngryDragon: So, let me get this straight.  Apple refuses to pay the licensing fee for Google Maps, removing the problem and causing a fiasco.  Microsoft turns off support for Google Calendar in the Calendar app in Windows 8.  Yet somehow both of these are....Google's fault?  I'm not following you.

Because your conclusions are suspect at best?

For the maps split, Apple licensed Google's mapping data for their app. But that same data couldn't be used to provide turn-by-turn directions per Google's license agreements. So Apple had a choice between keep paying Google for mapping data in a functionally crippled app or create/buy their own data to provide turn-by-turn directions. In this case it wasn't a "fault" it was just a problem with how the maps could be licensed.

Microsoft didn't turn off Calendar support. Google decided if you are not a Apps for Business user you are not allowed to use Exchange Active Sync. They then said free users can use CalDAV to connect because it's free! And it's open! Then, of course, the same day Google Reader was announced to be shut down they changed the calendaring again so now CalDAV won't be supported and developers have to use a Google specific API to connect.


^Yeah, that.  Thanks for stepping up for me.

This didn't come from MS.  This was Google wanting to get subscriptions for Google Apps, which I have never liked.  It's great if everyone you need to work with is in the same Apps environment, but there's no connectivity outside your own organization.
 
2013-04-01 02:49:43 PM

Mikey1969: InmanRoshi: Fark_Guy_Rob: What's wrong (or subpar?) with Google Drive?

It's just redundant compared to other cloud services, and IMHO other services do it better (Dropbox with LANsynching).    Even if all things are equal, I'll go with the provider who hasn't earned a reputation of yanking products out from under their users feet.

Dropbox? Seriously? I switched to Google Drive because Dropbox sucks ass...


Please, Googe Drive came out with a substandard product way, way, way late in the game.   No Linux.  No LAN synching.   Desktop support sucks ass.    No reason to put out such a half-arsed product when you're already years behind your competitors.
 
2013-04-01 02:50:20 PM

InmanRoshi: Mikey1969: InmanRoshi: Fark_Guy_Rob: What's wrong (or subpar?) with Google Drive?

It's just redundant compared to other cloud services, and IMHO other services do it better (Dropbox with LANsynching).    Even if all things are equal, I'll go with the provider who hasn't earned a reputation of yanking products out from under their users feet.

Dropbox? Seriously? I switched to Google Drive because Dropbox sucks ass...

Please, Googe Drive came out with a substandard product way, way, way late in the game.   No Linux.  No LAN synching.   Desktop support sucks ass.    No reason to put out such a half-arsed product when you're already years behind your competitors.


... no Linux support?

Isn't that more or less Google's deal?
 
2013-04-01 02:52:51 PM
We actually pay for this.
 
2013-04-01 02:53:38 PM

BumpInTheNight: TelemonianAjax: So I'm a high-functioning nerd who has never dabbled in Linux. If I'm looking to set up a semi-permanent, elaborate home network, would it be worth my while to start learning it and building my system around it? I recently tried to integrate Win 8 into my 7 setup, and it turns out the exact pieces I was counting on using (WMC, Windows Backup, a few others) inside Windows are no longer handled the same way, which makes me very leery. I realy want to get something set up to where I won't have to mess with anything substantial for at least 5 years, and preferably only make minor mondifcations in the 5 years after that.

Yes, Microsoft is too busy changing everything every few years just for the sake of changing things and they love to force adoption of new things to replace old things just because they can, Apple is similarly easy to write off as useless for long term predictability.  Linux however is first and foremost a great OS for all that behind the scenes stuff, you can always get at older version of anything that ever ran on it and because the whole ecosystem is based on the FOSS concept its easy to try out anything you want.  If you really want to keep portability strongest you can even virtualize your stuff so that you could swap out entire machines without having to commit to building them up before realizing some key component doesn't quite work the way you thought it would.  (IE get yourself an ESXi host going, single host usage is free as in beer).  FreeNAS btw is also a fantastic central storage platform.  You can of course still use Microsoft OSes among your chosen platforms just try to shift the infrastructure itself away from them.


I know some of those words...

Sounds like you know what you're talking about.  If you wouldn't mind a gifted amateur bugging you, I'd love to pick this up, EIP.
 
2013-04-01 02:56:39 PM

phimuskapsi: Netflix has the funniest AND most subtle April Fools I think so far.

[sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 850x477]


Oh that's great. I didn't notice till you mentioned it! Mine was "Movies featuring an epic Nicholas Cage meltdown"
 
2013-04-01 03:03:23 PM

InmanRoshi: Please, Googe Drive came out with a substandard product way, way, way late in the game.   No Linux.  No LAN synching.   Desktop support sucks ass.    No reason to put out such a half-arsed product when you're already years behind your competitors.


Yeah, so who are they "years behind" of?

And why does it matter to you?
 
2013-04-01 03:04:59 PM

Mikey1969: Somaticasual: They should have continued yesterday's idiotic debacle and just went ahead and put up hugo instead of cesar...

What "debacle"? I hope the "debacle" you're referring to is the idiocy of people getting butthurt over the fact that Google didn't put up an Easter logo, since they aven't done so since 2000. Either that ot the idiocy of people who can't read and ASSUmed that it was Hugo Chavez because they are morons.


Google did nothing wrong then, and they haven't done anything wrong now, people just like to Google-bash as a hobby, while continuing to use their free services.


it's an idiotic debacle because of the very people protesting their lack of an easter thing, not because google didn't post an easter image. It's the same religious groups that keep forgetting public companies don't have a vested interest in alienating other faiths, so they chose what should have been a far less controversial image.

//and it's even sillier because easter is actually a continuation of co-opted pagan fertility festivals..
 
2013-04-01 03:06:05 PM

sinanju: Personally, I'm more annoyed about iGoogle.  Netvibes looked like a reasonable replacement, but they can't seem to update from Google News more than once every 24 hours.  If you want your news to be a snapshot of what was going on at midnight, Netvibes is for you.


Have you tried my.yahoo.com?  That's what I replaced iGoogle with, and I'm quite happy with it.
 
2013-04-01 03:07:51 PM

ShawnDoc: Have you tried my.yahoo.com?  That's what I replaced iGoogle with, and I'm quite happy with it.


cdn.head-fi.org
 
2013-04-01 03:13:03 PM

TelemonianAjax: ShawnDoc: Have you tried my.yahoo.com?  That's what I replaced iGoogle with, and I'm quite happy with it.

[cdn.head-fi.org image 604x453]


What's wrong with it as an iGoogle replacement?  Let me track RSS feeds and news categories, as well as widgets for weather and email and gives me a lot more customization options than iGoogle did when it comes to layout.
 
2013-04-01 03:15:19 PM

ShawnDoc: What's wrong with it as an iGoogle replacement?  Let me track RSS feeds and news categories, as well as widgets for weather and email and gives me a lot more customization options than iGoogle did when it comes to layout.


I don't know that I have ever heard someone actively talking up Yahoo's products since 2001, so it's not personal by any means.  I don't doubt your sincerity, I haven't considrered them a viable option since, well, Google.  Maybe I should radicaly reevaluate what I am looking for...
 
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