“We want to set the record straight. In 2009, we were negotiating with Facebook over access to its data, as has beenreported. To claim that the we couldn’t reach an agreement because Google wanted to make private data publicly available is simply untrue.”Interesting times for social and search. Very much so.
IBM researchers observed that email users who “searched” rather than set up files and folders for their correspondence typically found what they were looking for faster and with fewer errors. Time and overhead associated with creating and managing email folders were, effectively, a waste.Gotta love scientific proof of your behavior.
Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt says Google+ content is not being favored over Twitter and Facebook by Google’s search engine. Rather, those companies can be treated the same if they grant Google the right permissions to access their content.Very, very smart move