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…

Google Glass and the Digital World

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…

from To the Point

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

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.

from To the Point

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

A Glimmer of Hope on the Employment Front

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

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