Msg#: 4366188 posted 6:34 am on Sep 23, 2011 (gmt 0)
The 09/21/2011 Google Antitrust hearings were televised on C-SPAN3, and live video was streamed from the US Senate site. I'm not seeing anything about the archive of the Senate video coverage elsewhere, so I'm posting it here. A roughly 3-hour archive of the hearing coverage is available online. There is no permalink per se to a dated archive page, but there are several ways of finding the video. I'll include various, in case some links are dropped over time....
So ive watched a lot of this now. If you want to watch a Google CEO scramble and dodge questions then pull up a seat. He really does get torn a new one.
I'm very much enjoying it. If you cannot see through the PR machine now you really must be asleep or have another agenda. Id be shocked if the government doesn't step in, that's as a regular joe/consumer.
ie; if i had just seen this on the news as someone who is not a webmaster id be thinking christ Google is gonna get it they've clearly been up to no good.
I think that's important, it's not about unhappy webmasters anymore, other people are joining that queue.