I read a lot of RSS feeds for work, blogging, and general interest. I used to use Google Reader for most of this before I had my iPhone. When the iPhone came out though I found that the iPhone reader was very difficult for me to read without my reading glasses (I have reached that point in life when I need to keep reading glasses close when I am going to do serious reading). When I read feeds on my laptop, I don’t mind using my glasses but if I am away from the computer and just trying to catch a quick update, reading glasses are a pain to deal with.
Since the Reader on the iPhone wouldn’t let me change fonts, I went with another service, Newsgator, for my needs. This required me to use their desktop app (or web app) as well. I still prefered Google’s Reader but the entire package put me ahead.
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It wasn’t that long ago that the politicians were going to deliver a huge windfall tax on the oil companies. Now that the new guys are in charge, all of that talk has suddenly stopped.
Of course now that BP has just announced that it will be in the red for the quarter, maybe all of the talk of excessively taxing risky commodities based businesses when they actually do well will go away.
Tell the government to leave us alone and stop screwing it up.
BP falls to $3.3 billion loss in Q4
LONDON (AP) — BP PLC, the second-largest European oil company, said
Tuesday it swung to a steep loss of $3.3 billion during the fourth
quarter of 2008 as sliding oil prices hit revenues hard.
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