I don't intend to talk about a lot of negative things, but this one really struck my cord. First off:[ c|net blogs](http://blogs.cnet.com/?tag=hd_ts). Some are okay, some are bad, and some are awful. When these started several years ago, the idea was to have experts talk tech to a general audience. The problem is that blogs require 2 things: an opinion, and constant updating. That's a recipe for disaster. The link below should prove my point.
[How Google's counterculture changes everything | The Digital Home - Don Reisinger's take on the tech closest to home - CNET Blogs](http://blogs.cnet.com/8301-13506_1-9889896-17.html)
This guy's post not only has nothing to do with tech in the home, but it has no point. Maybe I'm completely missing his point here, but I hardly see how services that are meant to [compete with other services](http://googlesystem.blogspot.com/2007/02/google-docs-spreadsheets-vs-microsoft.html) are aimed at getting people to navigate away from a google page. He's either wrong or not making his point clearly. A example of why he shouldn't have to come up with new content all the time.
…which brings me to the second thing that's been pissing me off: all of the blogging/talk/whatever about [Google](http://google.com). don't get me wrong – I do like me the Google. They're in my opinion, the best at what they do. But Mr. Digital Home, has no place praising them in a random, poorly worded blog post. It's just the latest example of how web culture works – talk about the hot thing just to increase hits (or some similar motivation, like having nothing better to write about).