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Neither source provided any facts, any statistics that Google search really becomes less relevant. Author of this article in fact is doing exactly what was described in a related http://techcrunch.com/2011/01/01/why-we-desperately-need-a-new-and-better-google-2/ post: aggregating content without adding any additional values. Hopefully, some comments including real information would be provided by Google employees on related Buzz threads at http://goo.gl/6eVTw and http://goo.gl/xCDsD
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Jeff, Do you continue to interact with Matt Cutts on this matter? Matt's opinion would be most interesting and most convincing. You have not provided any material evidence any particular search, etc. to prove what you said in this article. Do you own any statistics? I admire StackOverflow, I know that you are a well know person in Web / programming circles, but it lately became very fashionable to attack Google. Somewhat related article was published on TechCrunch (no real data either) at http://techcrunch.com/2011/01/01/why-we-desperately-need-a-new-and-better-google-2/ I'm pretty sure there will be related discussion in Google Buzz, hopefully with Google employees, including Matt Cutts at http://goo.gl/6eVTw http://goo.gl/xCDsD Thanks
Toggle Commented Jan 3, 2011 on Trouble In the House of Google at Coding Horror
Facebook wants to "own" your identity to collect your browsing behavior and then sell it to advertisers or to sellers who wants to make suggestions to you based on your friends behaviors. It's like cable providers who are also content providers: an inherently corruptive combination. Delegating identity to third parties is a great idea, but FB is not a *third* party.
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