Tuesday, May 11, 2004

Google Gets It

via "AlwaysOn Network":

"Wake up folks: Google gets it. The value of transactional content, that is. Not only does this have great implications for content, but also for broadband in general. Google is a unique company, as its founders assert in their filing letter. The claim is substantive. Here is why: Content means nothing to me unless it has relevance for what I do. Search engines are dedicated to this..."

"With more than several thousand Terabits of data distributed over the Internet, I need more and more of this intangible asset called 'relevance.' The more relevance, the more intelligence, and the more intelligence, the more this information is actionable. This contributes toward effectiveness, which is the only real benchmark of any world-class application."


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