Will real time search be the death of journalism? If knowledge is power, is Google the most powerful company in the world? Amit says journalism will continue to have its role. Knowledge is indeed power, and people in this room are keeping people informed with knowledge. So he doesn’t see how real time and death of journalism can be combined. As for second point, goal of Google has always been to bring information to people. … [Read more...] about Liveblogging The Google’s Web Search “Evolution” Event
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Overall, the data that came back showed that what people want most of all is to lose their wallets. In every country we surveyed, at least 3 of 4 respondents said they wished they didn’t have to carry their wallets around with them. A vast majority (83%) of respondents across five countries said they wished they didn’t have to carry a wallet. Additionally, nearly one in three Americans (29%) would choose a smartphone over a wallet if they could only bring one item when going out. … [Read more...] about Has Google Wallet Already Failed?
The answer is that over a large period of time, IP addresses can become more personal. If someone’s IP address doesn’t change — and they’ve performed a number of queries (say 10, 20 or 100 to pick some numbers) that can be linked to that IP address (or some other common identifier), then you might be able to guess at their identity. It’s how the New York Times was able to guess at the identity of then 62-year-old Thelma Arnold after AOL’s data leak in 2006. … [Read more...] about Class Action Suit Targets Google, Seeks Elmination Of Search “Referrer” Leakage
Ben: Okay, well, we’ve covered a lot of ground. I think that there’s a lot to think about when we talk about mobile, and SEO, and so for the rest of this month what we’re going to do is we’re actually going to bring in a couple of different people that are experts in mobile optimization. … [Read more...] about Mobile SEO: The latest usage trends and content strategies for maximum impact