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There's Blood In The Water In Silicon Valley
the political class can smell blood. That Zuckerberg campaign was, to the political world, blood in the water, a signal of a new vulnerability around his company and his industry.
politics  amazon  facebook  technology  google 
9 weeks ago by iankennedy
What Could Google Do — for News?
Jeff Jarvis is chock full of ideas on how Google could help News reinvent itself.
googlenews  futureofnews  jeffjarvis  google 
december 2014 by iankennedy
The Truth About Google X: An Exclusive Look Behind The Secretive Lab's Closed Doors
Space elevators, teleportation, hoverboards, and driverless cars: The top-secret Google X innovation lab opens up about what it does--and how it thinks.
google  research  googlex 
september 2014 by iankennedy
The Truth About Marissa Mayer: An Unauthorized Biography
Epic Business Insider profile of Marissa Mayer. I had no idea she went to school with Josh Elman.
joshelman  google  yahoo  MarissaMayer  from delicious
august 2013 by iankennedy
How Google Went From Search Engine To Content Destination
the idea that about 15 years later, Google would buy the venerable Frommer’s travel guides or sell “Google Play” gift cards weren’t remotely on the list.
Danny  Sullivan  search  google  from delicious
september 2012 by iankennedy
With Google Now, Google search is getting ready for Project Glass — Tech News and Analysis
Google Now, predicting what you need, before you need it. What's faster than real-time? Future Time! http://t.co/dNSTtgyI
google  search 
june 2012 by iankennedy
How Google+ will succeed and why you'll use it whether you ...
MySpace's Tom Anderson argues that the eventual success of Google+ will be because of that black bar and red notification box.
google  googleplus  from delicious
august 2011 by iankennedy
Google Periodic Table of APIs
Also serves as a useful navigation device.
google  api 
january 2011 by iankennedy
The Cloud OS
the defining characteristic of cloud based apps is "information without location"
cloud  chrome  google 
december 2010 by iankennedy
Google and the News - National - The Atlantic
James Fallows on how Google will save the news industry
newspapers  businessmodel  google 
may 2010 by iankennedy
Google talks Chrome OS, HTML5, and the future of software
Matthew Papakipos, the engineering director for the Chrome OS project, talks about HTML5 and Chrome OS
html5  google  interview 
february 2010 by iankennedy
Eric Schmidt: How Google Can Help Newspapers - WSJ.com
Now the Internet has broken down the entire news package with articles read individually, reached from a blog or search engine, and abandoned if there is no good reason to hang around once the story is finished. It's what we have come to call internally the atomic unit of consumption.
I certainly don't believe that the Internet will mean the death of news. Through innovation and technology, it can endure with newfound profitability and vitality. Video didn't kill the radio star. It created a whole new additional industry.
newspapers  google 
december 2009 by iankennedy
Google's Microsoft Moment - Anil Dash
When Microsoft reached its apex in terms of public perception and industry respect, with the launch of Windows 95, the culture inside the company still largely saw themselves as upstarts against old, proprietary behemoths. Though Microsoft's headcount has increase fivefold since then, at the time of Windows 95's launch, they had about 17,000 employees.
google  culture 
july 2009 by iankennedy
Google's Marissa Mayer on the importance of real-time search | Technology | The Guardian
But there's a potential third form of search, she explains, which uses the sensors built into devices around us. "I think that some of the smartphones are doing a lot of the work for us: by having cameras they already have eyes; by having GPS they know where they are; by having things like accelerometers they know how you're holding them."
MarissaMayer  google  mobile  search  realtime 
july 2009 by iankennedy
PageRank sculpting
Matt Cutts on pagerank and nofollow
pagerank  google  mattcutts  seo 
june 2009 by iankennedy
Google Noticeboard
Post and share recorded audio messages
google  community  audio 
march 2009 by iankennedy
The Database of Intentions is More Valuable than the Database of Musings For Now (Google and Twitter)
To me, the most important question to answer is whether Twitter wants to be a directory or a utility. Directories get paid for organizing stuff and making it easier for advertisers and users to find each other. Google does this. The Yellow Pages does this. It’s a good business because it helps people on both sides of the transaction and there’s a precedent for the directory company to take a cut of the transactions they enable.

Utilities don’t work like that. Utilities get paid for providing a service, maintaining uptime, and generally being available for use. This is what your local power and cable companies do. It’s a totally different business - you don’t pay your phone company every time you close a deal on the phone. Utilities by and large function on access and usage fees - they don’t (and shouldn’t) get in the business of siphoning off a chunk of the transactions they enable.
twitter  businessmodel  facebook  google 
february 2009 by iankennedy
STREET WITH A VIEW: a project by Robin Hewlett & Ben Kinsley
On May 3rd 2008, artists Robin Hewlett and Ben Kinsley invited the Google Inc. Street View team and residents of Pittsburgh’s Northside to collaborate on a series of tableaux along Sampsonia Way.
streetview  google  maps  performance 
november 2008 by iankennedy
Swiss Trains
Mashup showing real-time movement of Zurich trains on a Google map.
google  maps  mashup  trains  traffic 
october 2008 by iankennedy
Official Google Mobile Blog: New Gears Geolocation API powers mobile web sites
Hmm, wonder if you could write an app to use this to write your location to Fire Eagle
google  api  gears  geolocation  gps 
august 2008 by iankennedy
RADIOHEAED - HOUSE OF CARDS
In Radiohead's new video for "House of Cards" from the album "In Rainbows", no cameras or lights were used. Just data.
3d  google  music 
july 2008 by iankennedy
Google Lookup in Docs
Why networked apps are better than standalone.
google 
march 2008 by iankennedy
The Social Graph API and Surprises
David Recordon posts about The Principle of Least Surprise
dataportability  google  privacy  sixapart  xfn  davidrecordon 
february 2008 by iankennedy
Google Puts the Smackdown on Sugarrae
Comments reveal that there is a sugarrae.net scraper that's responsible for duplicating her content.
google  seo 
december 2007 by iankennedy
Ralf Bendrath: The Social Graph, Google, Privacy, and Usability
Contrarian view of open social networks. It needs contextual privacy.
google  socialnetworks  privacy 
november 2007 by iankennedy
I, Cringely . The Pulpit . The Future is Cloudy | PBS
working with IBM to promote cloud computing to universities, Google . . .will put them in touch with every graduate student doing work Google might find interesting.
google  web2.0  trends  business  cringley 
october 2007 by iankennedy
Darkoogle
Saving energy. One screen at a time.
google  search  conservation 
october 2007 by iankennedy
Google To “Out Open” Facebook On November 5
Brad Fitz's graphic kinda undercuts the seriousness of this announcement
google  facebook  socialsoftware  orkut 
september 2007 by iankennedy
Where is social networking now and where is it heading?
What if your Facebook news feed archive served as a "dynamic historical intelligence"
socialnetworking  facebook  google  taste 
august 2007 by iankennedy
Not all links are created equal
Why Google will have a hard time re-creating Ligit
google  search  pagerank 
august 2007 by iankennedy
Google Maps Hack
Royal College of Art takes things into their own hands
google  maps  art  geography 
june 2007 by iankennedy
Google now targets AdSense on pages behind password protection
Monetizing your intranet - giving Google the keys to the castle?
google  adsense 
june 2007 by iankennedy
Google Gears Replaceing One Problem with Another
Dare Obasanjo digs into the documentation and finds strategies for offline synchronization lacking
google  dareobasanjo 
june 2007 by iankennedy
Google Stops "Did You Mean: He Invented"
no matter what Google tells you, algorithms are always influenced by those who design, write & test them – including their preferences
google  search 
may 2007 by iankennedy
Google AdSense disabling arbitrage publisher accounts as of June 1st
Cleaning things up so they can win back legitimate advertisers to their network
adsense  google 
may 2007 by iankennedy
Google Gadgets are now an AdSense unit
Monetized widgets auctioned off to the highest bidder
google  adsense  widgets 
may 2007 by iankennedy
Microsoft General Counsel on DoubleClick and Antitrust
It all depends on your interpretation of the total size of the advertising market.
google  advertising  antitrust 
april 2007 by iankennedy
me + alex quit google. (dodgeball forever!!!!)
Founders of Dodgeball announce resignation from Google on Flickr
google 
april 2007 by iankennedy
Netimperative - Will social networks and vertical search combine to challenge Google?
Is Google becoming Wal-Mart, while vertical communities may prefer Harrods?
google  socialmedia 
march 2007 by iankennedy
Google email down, Yahoo email up
If you're going to be mission critical, uptime is critical.
email  yahoo  google 
march 2007 by iankennedy
Google AJAX Search API - Wizards
Embedded info-bits for your site that pull from Google Search API
google  widgets 
march 2007 by iankennedy
Super-Close Google Maps Zooms
Replace the z parameter value in the link and you may be able to zoom in *really* close
google  hacks  maps  privacy 
march 2007 by iankennedy
State of the Google Gadgetsphere
Google served up over 700 million gadget views last week, including over 400 million gadget views (57%) from its top 10 gadgets.
google  widgets 
march 2007 by iankennedy
Marissa Mayer Interview on Personalization
It's a hard sell sometimes, we’re asking them to sign up for a service where we begin to collect data in the form of search history yet they don’t see the benefits of that, at least in its fullest form, for some time.
google  personalization 
february 2007 by iankennedy
Google Research prototypes ambient audio contextual content
Listens to conversations via your PC mic to determine advertising context
advertising  audio  google  creepy 
february 2007 by iankennedy
How Google's Gmail / Docs & Spreadsheets Integration Directly Targets Microsoft
Reminds me of the F10 key that used to be in Microsoft Excel for Lotus users.
microsoft  google  office2.0 
january 2007 by iankennedy
What if Google Made a Yahoo-like Start Page?
Mock-up shows what Google might look like in a Yahoo-world.
google  yahoo  mockup  design 
january 2007 by iankennedy
Google Co-op just got del.icio.us!
Use Google Co-op to search your delicious links
google  del.icio.us  hacks 
january 2007 by iankennedy
Lefsetz Letter » Blog Archive » The Man From Google Returns
based on how often people were searching for a film . . . they could predict the gross of a movie with EIGHTY TWO PERCENT ACCURACY!
google  music  movies  search 
december 2006 by iankennedy
Bitten By The Google Spider - Forbes.com
The ins-and-outs of PPC arbitrage covered by Forbes Magazine.
adsense  google  arbitrage 
december 2006 by iankennedy
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