Are you a Google fan?

I use a lot of Google’s products and some of them I find indispensible. Besides the obvious reason that they are free, I find some of their apps absolutely something I cannot live without. I use Google, GMail, Google Notebook, Google Maps and Picasa almost everyday! Do you find yourself reading this and that about Google’s new features here and there? You might be able to follow them on your own with these links.

With a varied range of Google products out there and so many of them coming out everyday from Google Labs, how does one keep track of all the offerings from Google?

Official Google Blog
This blog provides very good information on new developments, acquisitions (which seem to be a daily fact these days) and insights into Google as a whole. Official Google Blog

Google Blogoscoped
It is more of a community effort with lots of people contributing with most of the attention circling around Google. They talk about tips & tricks, new features, Google’s censorship amongst other useful information. It is a great blog to follow if you want to keep yourself up-to-date with Google like I do.

Also, they have a page with links to all the Google Blogs with the most recent article listed as a summary.

Google Sightseeing
‘Why bother seeing the word for real?’ – Their tagline speaks for itself. People find cool and weird stuff in the satellite imagery in Google Earth (this is one cool desktop app if you haven’t tried it yet). And they share their findings in Google Sightseeing. Very interesting time killer. I used to spend way too much time at home zooming into different locations with Google Earth but now i just go here.
Are there any good Google related blogs that I haven't found yet?

Are there any good Google related blogs that you would like share with us? We would like to hear how you keep up with this.

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2 Responses to “Are you a Google fan?”

  1. Garry Conn June 20, 2007 at 5:53 pm #

    I am a huge Google fan and strong supporter. I am very pleased with everything Google does… and I am very wired for working at a corporation anymore… but of any place I would considering working, it would be with Google, Inc. You should see the benefits employees have working at Google.

  2. K-IntheHouse June 23, 2007 at 4:47 am #

    You are right about that, Garry! As much as Google’s workplace gets touted their interview process is also that is something often talked about.