Google Doesn`t Understand Platforms, Says Yegge

About three years ago, a senior executive at Yahoo issued what’s become known as the “Peanut Butter Manifesto.” This internal memo, which leaked to the press, accused the company of spreading itself too thin, like peanut butter, and said that it needed to focus before it was too late. Google engineer Steve Yegge just penned the Google version of this manifesto, and it’s causing quite a stir.
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Mapping Twitter Trends with Trendsmap

Though it could easily be argued that Trendsmap, a website that maps Twitter trends across the world in real-time, is just riding Twitter’s coattails into popularity, there’s no denying that being able to “see what the global, collective mass of humanity is discussing right now” is pretty amazing, to say the least.
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Google`s Dreams

You’re reading the third and final part of “The Dilemma of Defining Google” series. Finally, the time has come to chat about Google’s anticipated long-term plans and contributions. We will finish up our search for finding those numerous ways in which they redefine the quality of our lives and make the world a better place.
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