Tag Archives: web 2.0

business media networking with pinterest

business media networking with pinterest for business

actual converts (businesses already using pinterest for business media network marketing)

pinterest for business case studies

Yahoo! everything!

A selection of Yahoo! web 3.0 services for web developers from the Yahoo! everything page !

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flickr gets tough with corporates !

flickr gets tough with corporates !

Note: As stated in our Terms of Service and Community Guidelines, Flickr is intended for personal use only. This includes groups. Any commercial use must be pre-approved by Flickr at its sole discretion. If you'd like to create a group for your company or to run a contest, please contact Flickr first. If you don't, Flickr may terminate your group without warning.

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Web 3.0 = the end of Google

I hope this blog illustrates my last blog about the demise of Google !

Here are a few great links that I found via del.icio.us instead of google :

So how did i use del.icio.us to find these ?

I just did it the Web 2.0 / Social Media Network / Web 3.0 way and just looked at other links from the first 30 people in the world to del.ici.ify about the Google Earth Monster Milk Truck Game !

You might find it rewarding to add those 30 people to your del.icio.us network too !

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The demise of Google


Web 2.0 (or whatever the fullness of the Internet Operating System ends up being called) is far bigger than search. Yes, search is currently the most valuable and monetizable Web 2.0 application–or perhaps better-named, subsystem. But look back at 1984: Lotus was bigger and more valuable than Microsoft ($153 million in revenues to Microsoft's $100 million, and growing faster — Lotus had tripled in size, while Microsoft had only doubled.) But we now know that Microsoft had the stronger position.

As I've said in my Web 2.0 talks from the very beginning, a platform beats an application every time.

True search innovation will come from something that doesn't look like search. Google's video search efforts foundered, while YouTube took off. (Google was smart enough to buy YouTube quickly.) Facebook took off in an area that could be characterized as "people search." Tweetspace is becoming a hidden transmission channel for information, one that Google doesn't yet search. Everything Microsoft (and other explicit search competitors, including most specialized search startups) is incremental innovation.

Google's search dominance will be toppled by a disruptive innovation that changes the game, not by playing catch-up at the same game.

The challenges that keep Google on their toes, innovating in search, will come from outside the current system.

I think Tim O'Reilly puts this much more clearly than I have been trying to for the last two years !

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Google Apps/Docs does Google Forms and Google Surveys

Google Apps/Docs now does Google Forms and Google Surveys !


PS If you want to create your own form / survey just fill in the above with any answer you like !


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