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Links 1 through 10 of 20 by Greg Verdino tagged google

About Google's anticipated move to add status updates to Gmail. Not sure what impact this might have but it's worth noting and might need to get a mention in the book.

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Solid assessment of Google's efforts to harness social through a series of new services.

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Andrew Keen on trust as currency (riffing on Trust Agents) - good set-up about the mainstreaming of social.

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Story about the imminent launch of the first U.S. phones to run on Google's Android OS.

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Interesting but scary post about ALL the data Google captures as you use their various services - from the search engine to Blogger to Orkut to Grand Central. You probably knew they were cataloging a lot of data but this is still eye opening.

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Three different opinions from three different analysts - it's always good to look at things from multiple perspectives before coming to your own conclusion.

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Two of Google's top 10 searches are for kids-oriented virtual worlds Webkinz and Club Penguin.

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Darren muses (and I respond) to Atlas' contention (true in my opinion AND Darren's) that search gets too much credit for the click and display not enough.

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Discusion of the new world of work - it's about individuals and their relationships, rather than simply knowledge (which in the info age was still typically in service of the corporation.)

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