Fællesskab og gode venner skal redde Google

Tweet Google undervurderede truslen fra sociale medier. Nu forsøger de comeback – men det bliver svært, skrev jeg i går i  Politiken. Internettets mægtigste hjemmeføding, Google, står over for den største trussel i virksomhedens snart 13-årige historie. Udfordreren hedder Facebook, der med støtte fra blandt andet Twitter, Linkedin og en række andre sociale tjenester ikke bare[…]

Breaking: Social Search spottet på Google.dk

Tweet For ti minutter siden søgte jeg efter “Jesper Juul”, spil-manden, på Google. Resultatet var den velkendte liste. Men en enkelt ting skilte sig ud. Tjek resultat  nr 4 på listen (udover reklamerne, altså): jesperjuul.net. Neden under søge-resultatet-teksten er der et lille billede og teksten “Jonas Heide Smith har delt dette på Twitter”. Og det[…]

New York Times’ pay-wall blessed with holes, opening itself to the social web; preserving life-giving dynamics

Tweet Yesterday New York Times (NYT) introduced its new pay-wall: from March 28 the nyt.com site, it’s iPhone and iPad apps will no longer be free to use. However, the NYT pay-wall isn’t really a walled garden – only sorts of. And that’s great! Vigorously administered pay-walls tends to isolate the site they’re trying to protect[…]

Spis brød til, Facebook mail

Tweet Har du signet op til en @facebook.com mail-adresse? Det kunne du fra i går, hvor Zuckerberg & co lancerede deres sprit-nye mail-system. Angriber Google Facebooks nye mail er et aggresivt angreb på særligt Google. Først startede Facebook et samarbjede med Microsoft og søgning, så det er Microsofts søgemaskine Bing og ikke Google som ligger[…]

The world strikes back

Tweet This is what the geo-location rush is about: the physical world reclaims it’s importance vis a vis “cyberspace”. It answers questions like: Where is it?, How do you get there?, Where are your friends? and Any savings in the neighborhood? It involves gps-tracking, bar-codes and RFID-tags, tripplanners, Googles new self-driving car, Foursquare, Gowalla and[…]

Best-ever generator of innovation in the firing line

Tweet The Google/Verizon blow at net neutrality does far more than just make the web run smoother. It risks messing with the fine-grained mechanisms which has spurred the largest wave of innovations ever seen. Article published in Politiken today. Online version available here. We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all websites are created[…]

Welcome to… Googledom, Socialistan, Newscorpey and Disturbia

Tweet Socialistan is the largest country in the new world accounting for 31 % of total time-spend. Here by far the most Danes are actively engaged in updating their facebook-status, twitting and blogging. The women of Socialistan leads on, while men are more passive. You won’t find a Dane who hasn’t spend time in Googledom[…]

Three kings of Danish Internet: Google, Microsoft and Facebook

Tweet When travelling abroad I’ve often met the notion of the three big ones: Google, Yahoo and Microsoft. Or least I used to it. From a Danish perspective, I’ve allways been puzzled by the Yahoo-part of the equation, though. Case is, that Yahoo has never really been big (or present at all) in the Danish[…]