What is Project Glass? Project Glass was an effort for Google engineers to develop augmented reality glasses. An announcement was made on Google+ last April along with a demonstration video on YouTube displaying its possible uses. Google Glass is described as a wearable computer that actually weighs less than typical sunglasses. Different than a cell […]
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Google announces Google + Local which adds the user-generated reviews from Zagat to the circles of Google +.
Google says Knowledge Graph, “taps into the collective intelligence of the web and understands the world a bit more like people do.”
It’s no secret; at Turn The Page Online Marketing, we are a bunch of nerds. We have a long standing rivalry of Apple vs Android. Our sales team has Stormtroopers. We communicate via Google chat, while sitting in the same room with each other. And I bet you right now, on a beautiful and sunny afternoon, I am not the only one sitting in front of a computer working. Or thinking about working.
Well, today’s the day. March 1 is the day Google will combine everything about you but your DNA into one big ball of information. Their sixty plus privacy policies are now mostly just one that states basically, “we can follow you everywhere but the loo.” It isn’t the debut of personal information collection by any means, this is just a combining of differing privacy policies into one, more streamlined, statement. I wrote about it a few weeks ago after the initial announcement.
So you’re walking down the street and you ask a nice lady for directions to a local coffee shop. She says to you, “If you go one block and turn right you’ll find the Starbucks. Have a nice day.”
As you contemplate your social media game plan for your small business you’ll need to begin to include Google+. Google is now claiming membership of 90 million humans and while the popular belief is that 89 million of them are Google employees it’s becoming apparent that the active membership is growing slowly but surely.
When Google debuted way back in the Dark Ages of 1998 their motto was “Do no evil”. Now it seems it’s changed to “Bwaa aah aah aah!” as they continue to occupy more and more of the digital space.