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February 7, 2008 in News | 3 comments
britney, ledger. obama, clinton. mccain, romney, huckabee. Roll your own.
Mike Warot on February 7, 2008 at 1:13 pm
Doc, you killed google!
It’s too busy, or so it claims.
Perhaps the next cluetrain could offer a clue to Americans about the true state of the Union?
Mike Warot on February 7, 2008 at 1:34 pm
It’s interesting to compare apples and oranges:
orange is a lot more popular in France for some reason….
It just goes to show that search 1.0 (keywords)… still sucks. 8)
It would be better to be able to compare concepts
Aviv on February 10, 2008 at 9:40 am
Hi there thought you might be interested in a new facebook group we opened messing up with all kind of ideas regarding Google trends and other tools i invite to you to join in and of course others
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@aral see doc.blog/2017/01/06/how…
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@jimfenton Selfish reason: so I can see if the links get clicked on, and when. Otherwise, I do take your points. I'm not a fan.
@MchlCCL @stroker @Peter_Levine @a16z It's about where dependencies lie, work gets done, who's in charge, & how: bit.ly/dstbftr
Also: @JoeAndrieu called this a decade ago in VRM: The user as point of integration. bit.ly/2jo3onO twitter.com/dsearls/status…
The distributed future is personal: bit.ly/dstbftr HTs: @Peter_Levine, @a16z, @agropper @VRM Yo @pmarca @NZN @aral @windley
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