Has anyone tried clicking the Google News link on the right hand side of my blog?
Has anyone tried it on anyone else's blog?
Is looking at someone else's News-reading preferences only of interest to sinister organizations???
While setting up this blog--and I do apologize for the very self-serving first post-- I clicked the Google link and found myself on a Google News page. Apparently I have the power to rearrange the news to my liking.
Almost immediately, I set about trying to get rid of President George Bush (photo of, on telephone, looking just as happy as a driver on a cellular phone). In case anyone thinks I'm being political, no, I am being very superficial and ...er... romantic. You see, I like good looking, bad boy heroes who wear very few clothes in public.
World leaders don't usually meet all of my criteria.
I decided to put in news headlines about e-books, books, best sellers, space etc in my efforts to bump President Bush.
Did I succeed in affecting the most important stories of the day? No. However, I did find plenty to interest me lower down the page.
I came upon several articles about e-books!
To read a novel on a screen is an appalling idea, the author seems to feel, if I have understood him correctly.
He invites readers to comment. As an EPIC member, and author of two e-books, of course, I disagree. If you, dear reader, disagree too, I do hope you will either try this link or go to my Google News page and see if the article is still the most current E-Book news that Google could find.
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