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The initial listing of predictions about the future has been collected from our previous years' efforts and other recommended sources.
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Eleven Years of Google: A Look Back
Google has come a long way in its eleven-year history, from its humble beginning as a Stanford University research project in 1998, to the global, multi-billion dollar online presence Google enjoys today.
Jan 30, 2010
Google CEO Eric Schmidt On The Future Of Search: "Connect It Straight To Your Brain"
Semantic web ability is a primary goal of the future of Google's web searches.
Feb 1, 2010
Howard Greenstein on Social Media for Brands and Businesses
He is known for his unique blend of experience and enthusiam, both of which he brings to this video conversation about how businesses and brands can use social media. Interesting perspective.
The Sociology of Twitter, Video Interview with Liz Pullen
Sociologist and ethnographer, Liz Pullen, spent a month tracking the top 500 Twitter users (as ranked by number of followers) as well as the much-contested suggested users list.
2020 Computing: The Creativity Machine
What will emerge from using the Internet as a research tool? The answer, Vernor Vinge argues, will be limited only by our imaginations
Jan 30, 2010
Feb 1, 2010
Twenty-two power laws of the emerging social economy
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