R.I.P. Google. Next PLEASE.

jbone at place.org jbone at place.org
Wed Oct 22 20:37:32 PDT 2003

Adam wrote:

> So who out there is after google, google has clearly not only sold out
> but also swallowed a poison pill.

Damn, Adam, that's too bad.  Just when Barrera was finally beginning to 
figure it out!

Barrera wrote this, demonstrating what I'm not sure:

> jbone at place.org wrote:
> > Lucas asks, I deliver.  It's a G.D. hat trick.
> http://news.google.com/news?q=microsoft+political


In all seriousness, though, I doubt this is more than a bump in the 
road for Google.  I'd been bitching about this for a while, but it 
doesn't seem to me that solving this problem would really be too 
difficult.  Indeed, this problem is just going to be incentive for 
Google to start competing w/ Amazon / EBay in a head-to-head fashion, 
not to mention that fixing it is absolutely necessary to saving their 
search business.  But to fix it they're gonna have to start classifying 
Web pages --- and that's not necessarily a bad thing.

Cf. this FTRAIN post, "August 2009:  How Google Beat Amazon and EBay to 
the Semantic Web."




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