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Friday, July 23rd, 2010, 5:54 pm


For no apparent reason, I rarely discuss Techrights in my personal Web site. This is not intentional.

Roy Schestowitz, Ph.D.The thing is, Techrights is the reason I hardly ever update anymore. I spend a high number of hours sharing my thoughts over at Techrights, so if you are already subscribed to my personal blog, please consider subscribing to too. It mostly covers software and ethics.

On a separate note, Google has been looking to hire me recently (they do this with a lot of people and they occasionally contact me too), but I am torn between my obligations to serve the public interest and someone’s private interest.

What do you think? Is Google not evil? About 90% of my writings about Google are positive; the rest are not.

One Response to “Techrights”

  1. freedomfries Says:

    No, Roy, don’t you dare do it! Google also creates and supports proprietary software. You wouldn’t take a job running an orphanage for Hitler, would you? No. Then why would you get in bed with Google? Stay with Techrights and help defend our freedom. This is your legacy, your destiny, your existence. God bless you.

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