Category Archives: search

We don’t need more information or aggregation, we need inspiration

Being able to pass relevant information from one person to another has always been part of the evolution of mankind. When there was no technology we used storytelling. People would listen to the oldest, wisest, craziest people in their community … Continue reading

Posted in Friendfeed, information overload, inspiration, search, social networks, Twitter, web 2.0 | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 17 Comments

Our biggest on-line threat might be the power of scale

In my previous post I spoke about the presentation Charlene Li gave about the future of Social Networks. I ended up analyzing what it would mean for advertisement. But the thought of everything being connected into one big social network, … Continue reading

Posted in Charlene Li, Forrester Research, future, Google, human behavior, infrastructure, search, social networks, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

Think opposite, or keep on dreaming?

Sometimes when you look at a specific situation or problem it helps to think opposite. When you think opposite or try to do things entirely against existing rules it helps you to understand the system or to find new ways … Continue reading

Posted in Big Brother is watching you, business model, Customer Value, freedom, future of advertisement, search, social networks, SocialAds, web 2.0 | Tagged , , , , , , , | 5 Comments

We need a revolution in ads, but this ain’t it yet

The Wall Street Journal just published an article written by  Esther Dyson, called “the Coming Ad Revolution”. It is an interesting article. I think Ms Dyson starts out right when she discusses the current bombardments of ad pressure that ultimately … Continue reading

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The future of social networks lies in interaction (not perse in voice)

Tim O’Reilly writes a good analysis about the announcement of MySpace and Skype that these will integrate MySpace IM and Skype Voice capabilities. Tim predicts that Social Networks will turn into smart address books, that a social network operating system … Continue reading

Posted in Facebook, myspace, search, Skype, Social Graph, social networks, Tim O'Reilly | Tagged , , , , , , , | 2 Comments