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 GoogleZon2005-03-12 17:46
by Flemming Funch

Gunter mentions the neat Epic 2014 flash presentation of a fictional history of how things might have developed between now and 2014, in terms of media and news and the Internet. Yeah, it could happen like that. I think it might be more radical than that. Like, it might not be about which currently existing companies end up running the world by making an even better combination of a search engine and a news aggregator. It might be about something really new. Then again, it might be that. And, if so, better Google than Microsoft. Better the companies that best enable an infrastructure for sharing amongst us, rather than the company that only cares about locking us into their own cumbersome vision of how things should be.

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14 Mar 2005 @ 10:28 by songmaker : Something new is definitely in the works
I also envision some radical changes in the works for a great part of humanity, in the direction of a change of conscience, which will bring about many changes in the ways we operate our societies (harmony in diversity). Not only is it possible but also very probable.  

23 Aug 2006 @ 12:28 by swanny : The Google Grid
Aug 23, 2006

Ahhh so you did catch it...
well I sort of figured
They've got a newer version I guess
Seems a bit of youngish angst and paranoia
although possible I suppose...
Bit sensational or perhaps intersensational...

yes technology and ethics
"ethical technology"
I suppose that is the message somewhat.


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