weeks - 5:37 pm on Apr 26, 2010 (gmt 0)
encyclo and netmeg live in the same world as I do. Sometimes I think about launching a rant here about the disconnect between what the web can do and what most people do with it. The growth in the money-making potential of the web is going to be influenced to a large degree in how fast people become savvy about it.
And it's not good news. Look at what is going on with news as people become more and more savvy about it. It's more difficult to make money providing news.
Lawyers are worried about this as well. It's not just services on the web that rate lawyers or provide wills and such, but government is getting more "user friendly" where joe citizen can handle zoning cases, incorporation, and such.
I think this data is pointing to a trend in click rate which, overall, really doesn't have anything to do with browsers.