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Jerome Paradis
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Dad. Geek. Entrepreneur. Serial CTO. Software architect and developer. Arcade and pinball lover.
Dad. Geek. Entrepreneur. Serial CTO. Software architect and developer. Arcade and pinball lover.

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The Force is strong with the new Duracell ad.
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Just contributed to this campaign to provide children the opportunity to learn to code.
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We now have our Buyosphere company page. Please follow!
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Removed Google+ from my Nexus One. Seriously Google, 15 MB for the last update and can't move it to the SD card? It's either that or I stop receiving email and other stuff because I'm on low main storage space.
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Some very good usability arguments in this article.
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Wow. Major bug/screwup!
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One area Google+ still has a lot of work to do compared to Facebook is a usable Web desktop version that works on the iPad. The normal Web version of Facebook works very well on a touché device. Google+ not really and their mobile version is crippled. Free tip: you should have fallbacks for hover events for touché devices. Cannot even find a way to share a link on the iPad and add a comment at the same time.
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Matt Mullenweg at Wordcamp Montreal 2011. Great quote: "people keep saying blotting is dead... on their blog! "
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Very sad.

Why doesn't Google help stop scammers?

I would think, that in the following case, Google would have some ounce of respect open source principles and block these scammers.

Please do no evil and stop collecting revenues from scammers. Or are Google revenues more important that good search results?

P.S.: It always happen to me when I search for some open source applications that there are ads for illegal and/or malicious scam applications. Seach for "vlc" on Google, you'll find one. They are not alone.
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