End of Trust in Google?

Om Malik: “I spent about seven years of my online life on that service. I sent feedback, used it to annotate information and they killed it like a butcher slaughters a chicken. No conversation — dead. The service that drives more traffic than Google+ was sacrificed because it didn’t meet some vague corporate goals; users — many of them life long — be damned.”

Ditching Reader before announcing Keep has left people skeptical. I don’t blame them.

Does anyone remember Google Notebook? Didn’t think so.

Thank goodness we have Evernote.

By Rob Fahrni

Husband / Father / Developer

2 replies on “End of Trust in Google?”


They paid nothing, of course. All I was trying to point out is how people feel about Google. I think it has hurt them a bit, but what can you expect from free stuff? Not much.

Heck, just because you pay for something doesn’t mean it’ll stick around.

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