Msg#: 4241259 posted 12:22 am on Dec 11, 2010 (gmt 0)
Google's Marissa Mayer [crunchbase.com...] is signalling that the big G knows enough about users to produce SERP's automatically, based on what a visitor does and where they've been, rather by simply entering keywords.
Technically, she’s now the head of consumer products for the company. So what’s she working on?
Well, as we’ve all heard, location is a big part of it. But she’s also thinking about a bigger picture item that Google is still working on. This is what Google is calling “contextual discovery”. This means being able to look at either a person’s browsing profile or their location profile and serving up interesting data to them without them searching for anything. Yes, it’s Google results without the search. [techcrunch.com...]
Msg#: 4241259 posted 7:10 am on Dec 11, 2010 (gmt 0)
and there are so many public internet kiosks in my country and this concept of personalized search when logged out is totally crazy...they are just trying to fool the adword customers by saying that they know everything...it is when you claim that you know everything, you trigger your own demise...
Msg#: 4241259 posted 7:27 am on Dec 11, 2010 (gmt 0)
What will they show me when I am in a loo?
i guess when in am in a beach with my wife and kids, they will push me my girlfriend pics and put me in trouble...
There’s search, mobile, local, and social. We’ve gotten three right. We’re working on the fourth one.
that was partial...it should have been this.
There’s search, mobile, local, and social. We’ve gotten three right. We’re working on the fourth one to kill the remaining three..
Google, keep away from getting too indulged with human aspects in the name of personalization...you will be hated if you serve things that we don't ask for...
Just like google doesn't want to listen to anyone, because the people there don't want to be suggested what they should do, the rest of the mankind is no different...they don't want you to control them but rather they like to use you for their needs...