While the world expresses "shock and awe" over Google CEO Eric Schmidt's "Big Brother" reveries uttered across the pond in Europe last weekend, courtesy of "dead media" Financial Times, I actually heard the Schmidt "personalization" routine live and in person in New York City last Friday, at the Personal Democracy Forum.
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Google vs. Microsoft? Some cavalierly portray the battle as merely a cat and mouse game over logoed tee-shirts!
The Google health care die has been cast, it is a $2 trillion declaration of medical intent.Adam Bosworth, Google Vice preisdent Engineering, is no longer content with "touch-feely" consumer reach-out campaigns to "learn" what the "health care consumer" wants, he is now doing what Google does best: Telling the world how it will be.
Microsoft vs. Google? A Tee-Shirt War?
Google Cracks Advertising Code, Big Time!
Technorati vs. Google? No Contest!
THIS JUST IN: In Silicon Valley’s version of “The Bachelor,” Anne Wojcicki not only landed one of America’s richest men, Sergey Brin, a co-founder of Google, but she also got her husband’s company to finance her start-up.Google said Tuesday that it invested $3.
Google declares Google Office victory I reported, AND DEBUNKED, yesterday!In typically Googely fashion, Google is sending very mixed, and very incomplete, messages about the Microsoft Office killer, or not, Google Apps Premier.
Insider Flash! Web 2.0 “prediction” heard today on the “street,” the media capital of the world’s streets, that is:Newspapers will be the largest video owners online, NOT broadcasters.
Google Radio Ads: NO match for AdWords, AND AdWords customers know it, big time.What is the big problem now?
Google CEO on Education:Google Search Is Key
Google Office aka Google Apps are "powerful" applications, and Google is delivering the "powerful" services to organizations "large and small," so declares the Official Google Blog today.After all, "getting up and running is a snap," Google underscores.
Is Facebook waging the wrong battles?Facebook: Who needs Yahoo, Craigslist, newspapers?
"Silicon Valley could use a downturn right now," laments Mr. Silicon Valley himself, Michael TechCrunch Arrington, in but another of his tour de force posts.
Google's HOT New Toy Fizzles Out