Taylor Buley is a senior developer at Conde Nast’s PARADE Magazine. He’s a TechCrunch contributor was previously a staff writer at Forbes.
Buley received his B.A. in Philosophy, Politics & Economics at the University of Pennsylvania and got a masters in communications from the Stanford journalism program In college he interned at Reason magazine as a Burton intern, The Wall Street Journal Editorial Page as a Bartley Fellow and the White House Council of Economic Advisers.CrunchBase profile →
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Last week Google announced the shutdown of Google Reader as part of its company wide bid to “focus” on “fewer products.” “We know Reader has a devoted following who will be very sad to see it go,” wrote the company in a blog post. comScore estimates that as many as 665,000 different people used the mobile app in recent months, according to the Financial Times. Read More
By Google's count, Google+ has over 500 million "upgraded" members and some 135 million people active "in just the stream." By researchers' best estimates, however, the answer is a bit more complicated. Read More
Editor's note: Taylor Buley is a senior developer at Conde Nast's PARADE. He's a former staff writer at Forbes and graduated from University of Pennsylvania and Stanford. On Thursday Lars Rasmussen, Google Maps co-inventor turned Facebook Graph Search guru, took to Reddit for an "ask me anything" open thread. The Danish native avoided questions about the competitive landscape for Graph Search… Read More