Google apologized yesterday for Buzz, the confusing and sometimes-annoying social networking thingamajig it launched last week in an attempt to catch up with 2008. Google product manager Todd Jackson announced some changes to the service too. No longer will it automatically link people up to their most frequent Gmail contacts or automatically connect to Picasa albums and Google Reader items. A new tab will also allow users to entirely do away with the damn thing. [LA Times]
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