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If The Devil Is In The Details, Google Will Find Him

For years Google has been performing so many amazing tech feats that we take them for granted. But I saw a new trick yesterday that made my jaw drop. I backup and store all my pictures and documents on Google Drive. One of its best features is the ability to search those on-line documents.  As … Continue reading

Taking On The Google, One App At A Time

In the past we’ve scooped the big boys, but never gone mano-a-mano. This time is different. They don’t get much bigger than The Google, so we have thrown down the gauntlet and rolled up our sleeves. It all started with the latest Google update to their maps app on the iPhone. The ‘Map Team’ decided that in … Continue reading

We Don’t Know “What We Don’t Know” About Google

Full disclosure right off the bat: I’m a total Google Fan-Boy, even though in my case the term “boy” stopped being appropriate over 50 years ago. Nevertheless. I’ve talked before about how Google changed my life, and the life of virtually everyone else on this planet, by ‘organizing the world’s information’ and making it available. But … Continue reading

A Modest Prediction: “What’s Next After Google Street View?”

Last week it was reported that Google is now working on something called Store View. …they took pictures of the inside of the store, every 6 feet, in all directions. They also took pictures of products. Google Store View will allow people to … click on the door to enter it, all on Google Maps. Then … Continue reading

There Should Be A Term For Corporate Schadenfreude

Schadenfreude is a kind of personal term. It’s what you feel when someone like Eliot Spitzer stumbles. But how do I feel when an entire industry gets what it deserves? Today the UK Guardian reported that, Vodafone boss Vittorio Colao has warned mobile phone executives about Google’s growing power in the online advertising and search market, … Continue reading

It’s Never Too Late To Be Googled: A Procrastinator’s Delight

I thought that “The End of The World as We Know It” had already taken place earlier this year. And I was right of course, but for the wrong reason. Silly me. “Googled” by Ken Auletta, does describe the end of the world as we know it. But it’s not a financial meltdown, it’s a media … Continue reading

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