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Tag Archives: Google
They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. If that’s true, the latest changes to Facebook must surely be heaping flattery by the metric ton on Google+. It’s one of the clearest cases of imitation, without being a … Continue reading
Putting aside all my concerns about their privacy issues, it seems to me that they have an even greater failing to innovate in their design. They don’t understand peoples’ names.
I talked before about Google+, intimating that it was Facebook done right. For the most part, from the way you interact with it, I think that’s a fair comment, really. It is more intuitive and more accessible than Facebook is, … Continue reading
There is one very unfortunate side effect of innovation: your competitors will invariably leech off you in some form, chasing you, trying to beat you. And it follows that your competitors will likely be using whatever tactics they have to … Continue reading