Tag: search

January 17, 2020 admin123@ No comments exist

Open Data troves held by tech giants will be forced open, to benefit consumers & level the playing field for rivals.  Further crackdowns likely: ban on sharing data across their businesses, unwinding of mergers, new rules/fines for use of personal data.  The pain will fall mainly on their reign over internet search, digital advertising, e-commerce &…

November 8, 2019 admin123@ No comments exist

Exhaust Around 2000: birth of surveillance capitalism.  Tech firms didn’t know how to make money from the internet.  We did a search, they delivered results & ejected our details.  Then Google stumbled on the answer: keep the “data exhaust” (who we are, what we seek, what we do next), render it into information to sell…

March 4, 2019 admin123@ No comments exist

Regulate Time to regulate search & social media tech giants as they’re brokers into the information marketplace, & critical infrastructure to the global economy.  An industry consortium, (sanctioned by government) can regulate, balance the interests of small & large firms, and set ground rules for how they interact with society Guessed the Word?      Series…

September 17, 2018 admin123@ No comments exist

  Enough Enough to remember just 3 words to find anywhere, including street-less villages & uninhabited spots.  2013 invention by London startup used geocoordinates to divide Earth into 57tn squares of 3m x 3m (100 sqft), each with unique word combinations. The system is as accurate as the best GPS.  Available in many languages, but oceans…

June 11, 2018 admin123@ No comments exist

Ordinary Yesterday’s ‘wow!’ quickly becomes ordinary.  Customers are divinely discontent, & their expectations always go up.  But if it wasn’t human nature to seek something better, we’d still be leading primitive lives in caves Guessed the Word?           Series 25 (2/5)             [pic: joel bengs]

November 24, 2017 admin123@ No comments exist

Video > 80% of the content on the internet is Video and Audio, none of which is searchable. The goal must be to shed light on this cloudy data and make it easily accessible  Guessed the Word?       Series 13 (1/5)         [photo: 422737]

November 6, 2017 admin123@ No comments exist

Search Web searches reveal how we really are.  Terms which track US joblessness best are not “new jobs” or “employment office”, but “porn” and “online gaming” during the day Guessed the word?       Series 11 (4/4)         [photo: croisy]