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+ - Google Reader's team poor decision making evidence->

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Felipe Hoffa
Felipe Hoffa writes "This /. front page post started a chain reaction against the new Google Reader's feature "share with friends". The scandal has centered on privacy issues and how many people feel this is a big privacy slip up, while others just don't think so. What has been overlooken so far is how many business, design and technical mistakes were commited. I've compiled several of those mistakes in the following article. It really makes you wonder what's happening behind Google's doors."
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Google Reader's team poor decision making evidence

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