The Conceptual Librarian

June 11, 2008

iGoogle and other workplace time wasters

Filed under: Uncategorized — conceptlib @ 12:45 pm
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Web 2.0 is a key tool in the social engineering master plan to entice people away from the real world and into the online corporate ad-delivery platform (the WWW), which can be run from an armchair or even a bedroom.

iGoogle consolidates a whole slew of time wasters in a single package. Check this out.

For a quiet evening at work, dress your iGoogle in Dole cheque and Cabana and watch some fish swimming around, a roaming spider and images from far away places, all in one hit:

For a more interactive experience, particularly if you have a few extra sets of arms, get some games going:

‘Ads by Google’ tailored to your interests proliferate, so you may never get out of the web they have spun for you.

When the Productivity Commission investigates, simply say: “Google made me do it.”

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