Thursday, April 13, 2006

Google closing in on world domination


What naysayers don't understand is that the DNA of the Google brand is unlike anything ever seen in the modern market landscape. Google is actually the first company with a brand that is built entirely of stem cells: able to grow and develop into whatever form it sees fit. In the future, many a company will learn the hard way that Google's mission statement, "to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful," is the anthem behind Google becoming a jack-of-all-trades... and master of all. [Link ]


Google have also launched the Beta version of Google calender, which wasn't working when i last tried.....

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5 Comments:

Anonymous King Kong said...

hm.. google fan.. what a coincidence.. that just today I wrote mentioned google in my post..
google.. not so fast.. there are people watching it..

15/4/06 2:06 AM  
Blogger The Comic Project said...

Easter mubarak my friend :)

But Google is like king kong and not a teddy bear. dont forget that ever.

16/4/06 5:53 PM  
Anonymous deepakjeswal said...

Well what's stopping MSN (or Yahoo) with their muscle/brain/money power to emulate Google and offer the same kind of services/standard/ease to customers???

If they are dominating then there is something that users are liking, else they dont force anyone to use Google!

Frankly, i wud anyday use google, for its ease, and also its uncluttered look. I mean go to yahoo search, and one just gets lost! They want to show everything and anything on their main page. Compare that to Google's clean look. And that's just the aesthetics part, the mere beginning!

18/4/06 1:15 PM  
Blogger Soumyadip said...

Whattzup buddy... long time no post?

25/4/06 2:44 PM  
Blogger Aqua said...

my only issue with google is the way they're partnering and even helping china violate basic human rights (right to free information) in places like CHINA. you can read more about the same on my blog.

25/4/06 3:47 PM  

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