Google Buzz has been the center of attention this week to anyone who has a Gmail account. I have to say that Google Buzz took me by complete surprise, so of course I wrote a blog anout how it is Google's new spam system. Well now I'm writing this article telling you how to disable Google Buzz, yeah thats right turn it off, deactivate, kill the buzz. Before I tell you how to tell Google to buzz off, I have to give credit to Cnet for figuring out how to completely disable Google Buzz. [URL="http://news.cnet.com/8301-17939_109-10451703-2.html"]Cnet's instructions are pretty straight forward,[/URL] …

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Here's some buzz for you, Google Buzz is killing my GMail. I'm adding [URL="http://www.google.com"]Google[/URL]'s [URL="http://www.google.com/buzz"]Buzz[/URL] to the top of the list of the worst tech ideas to come along in quite a while. I'm not a social networking fan, anyway, and to break my GMail, my primary email account, with something as stupid and useless as Buzz; I'm irritated. I usually wake up to 20 or more emails in my Inbox first thing in the morning. Today, I had one. Yes, one. I've sent numerous messages out today and I don't know if they're swirling about in some mail queue …

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I have the Google Buzz that says I have over 100 new updates. I dont even bother to click it. Do you?

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I never really heard of "Buzz" until today when I am logging into my Gmail account and I was welcome to a Buzz login. I like the little colorful logo and it seems it integrates tweet feeds and other "friends" on your gmail account address book. But what do you think?

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Lately everyone on the Web has been wanting to know about one thing Google Buzz, well I'm tired of that subject. I would probably write about a different company but when I found out that [URL="http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2010/02/pictures-worth-thousand-translated.html"]Google is getting into the food industry[/URL], I felt that I had to write about it. Google isn't going to be opening up a Google Diner or anything like that but they are working on enhancing the types of food you can eat by breaking the language barriers that so many of us have run into at restaurants. What am I going on about? An …

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I wish I had gotten this story before the [URL="http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/techchron/detail?entry_id=57438&o=3&gta=commentslistpos#commentslistpos"]San Fransisco Chronicle[/URL] or [URL="http://news.cnet.com/8301-17852_3-10455573-71.html?tag=rtcol;pop"]Cnet,[/URL] but the truth is they got it before me. A lady in Florida got a team of lawyers to sue Google, the Search Engine firm in San Fransisco, CA for breaching her privacy with Google Buzz. I know Google get's sued now and then but this lawsuit, is, well different. I'm sure plenty of people were filled with ire about the entire Google Buzz predicament. But Mz. Hibnick was the one who actually took action and hired a team of lawyers to sue Google for breaching …

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Google, the almighty, [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story245746.html"]non-eco-friendly search engine[/URL] released [URL="http://www.google.com/buzz"]Google Buzz[/URL], a new type of social network this Tuesday. When I read an article on [URL="ttp://mashable.com/2010/02/11/google-buzz-9-million/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Mashable+(Mashable)"]mashable.com [/URL]saying that Google claims that there has been 9 million posts and comments since Tuesdays launch, I found it impossible to believe, so I went and did some research. Google Buzz allows you to connect twitter, Google reader, Youtube, Flickr, Google chat, and Blogspot into your Google Buzz. You're probably thinking "Okay, so I'm able to connect sites into my account, but what does that have to do with this news story?" Well my friend, at …

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Now this is interesting. I'm not going to insult you by explaining Google Buzz in here - it's been done elsewhere and if you're a member of this site then you probably know about it already. But... I'm interested in the reaction. It's a sort of collective 'so what'? Granted the functions have been duplicated elsewhere many times over but that usually doesn't stop people going wild over new tech. It's the same with the Nexus One, selling a couple of hundred thousand worldwide in its first month, which was nothing compared to expectations. I can't speak for anyone else …

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