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Billybob

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This is one of the best "fictumantiry" I've seen. It shows the growth of google, amazon, the downfall of microsoft. It has all that io think will happen in the future. The loss of privacy, increase of ads, and thew monolopy that google will become. it is laid out quite well, like a real docmuentry.

http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/epic
 

LiberatioN

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i watched it again. still makes logical sense. :thumbsup:

make sure to thoroughly seach the forums before posting something "original" :D
 

Jung

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billybob13 said:
It has all that io think will happen in the future. The loss of privacy, increase of ads, and thew monolopy that google will become.
LiberatioN said:
still makes logical sense.:D
That's ridiculous. First, there are anti-trust laws in place to prevent these types of things from happening. Second, I seriously doubt Google really cares about becoming a global monopoly and controlling things to that extent. Google is a web search company, that branched out into advertising. Everything they offer is just a tool to show you their ads; their search pages, Gmail, Google Scholar, et al. They all serve one purpose; to show you the ads of those who are part of their affiliate programs. Google doesn't even handle any news, they just aggregate feeds from other well known agencies.
 

LiberatioN

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Google will probably expand more than it has to date...I wouldnt have said this before they opened publicly traded stock. All the anti-trust law does is prevent them from bombarding and sabotaging the media industy, not embarking into it. I bet that some of the customized "formulas and algorythms" they described in the proposed "Google Grid" may actually be quite accurate. It's a good idea, anyway. Customized/filtered news based around the interests of the particular user? Genius. It'll probably happen in a very similar fashion...As far as Google and Amazon combining? I dunno about that.