Andrew Leonard

Salon.com

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Staff writer for Salon and writer of its blog, How the World Works

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Many millions of people depend on  Google  to search, collect and organize data, for email and smart phones…and Google's found ways to turn all that information into billions of…

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Many millions of people depend on Google to search, collect and organize data, for email and smart phones…and Google's found ways to turn all that information into billions of…

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Millions of people depend on Google to search, collect and organize data, for email and smart phones; and Google has found ways to turn all that information into billions of dollars.

Google Glass and the Digital World

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from To the Point

Yesterday, Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner said unemployment would stay at what he called "unacceptable" levels for some time to come.

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