Google vs Coogle

This new job, which at the moment involves sitting in front of a computer all day writing websites, means it’s not what you want to be doing when you get home. I guess the good news is that it’s a short term project and will soon be over.

The new major sponsor for Lance Armstrong’s US Postal team has been announced and it’s the Discovery Channel, who will be taking up sponsorship immediately and will be the new major sponsor from the start of next season for a minimum of three years.

Craig’s in trouble with Google. Seems they didn’t like him using and altering their logo. Quite where the similarity between a mountain biking website based in the north west of England and the World’s most popular website search engine based in California lies is a bit unclear and as for “likely to dilute the distinctiveness of the mark” I think they can just feck right off.

Remember how Levi’s went a bit quite over the whole Howies jean think once they started gettig loads of adverse publicity? I reckon the best bet is to make Google look like the complete arses they are. It was a bit of a piss take, but this just makes Google look stupid.

The Tour de France is approaching and as has become tradition in recent years the Cycling Weekly fantasy Tour de France is going to be happening once again. Get your teams in now.

I’ve been hitting Launch a lot the last couple of days there’s just so many videos on there and it’s intelligent enough to play stuff it thinks you might like too. Only thing is that you need a Yahoo account, but that’s free and you don’t have to use it for anything.

Oh and the latest edition of Dirtrag arrived today.

Author: Cris Bloomfield

Usually mountain biking in the North.

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