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Milwaukee, Wisconsin – The net is abuzz with Google’s new web browser, dubbed, Chrome. It is a game changer based on the Apple, Inc. web kit that smokes Safari. Sleeker, faster, and boasting “uncrashable windows” (so instead of your browser locking up, only a tab will essentially fail and the rest of the tabs, or “engines” will keep on ticking.” So it is said. However, I am less excited about that Google buzzness as I am about Google video for business. Isn’t business what it’s all about? (After peace love and happiness of course!)
So why should I care?
If you work at a company that embraces change and creativity, this is fantastic that’s why you should care. It opens up a forum for video-to-video responses that pave the way to displace company email. Well… most companies wont take it that far (yet), but they could. (see video below)
Google for Business is a Google’s Web “App” (i.e. Application) that will be able to have figure heads communicate with the specks of dust like myself.
This invariably will lead to some very funny moments as executives make gaffes and company’s have their own viral videos (all in good fun of course). I can just imagine what sort of hijinks the folks at Comedy Central or the Onion could have with this. Lot’s, I’ll bet.
So as it is a video service push forth the power that is new media and web 2.0 I’ll quit with the script and let you see a video for yourself. It’s easy to sign-up too. However as i am still that speck, I don’t dare do this – however I could perhaps send my bosses news through a video channel outside the internet. It’s a lil’ something I created when I was higher up on the ladder and video was first getting popular, the channel is called, youtube.com/testimonials. But that’s another story…
Launch Video Below
A surprising new product has been released by telecommunication giant AT&T. The release is called, Pogo, it is a web browser built partly on Mozilla software and proprietary technology. The results? Stunning.
Imagine if you will Apple’s “Time Machine”, “Spaces”, IE 7’s “All tabs display” and some of the nicer elements of Vista all rolled into one… in a browser. That’s Pogo.
It is is interesting that AT&T would release a browser, but then again – those with foresight see that it could potentially limit the importance of an OS and is a diamond mind when it comes to user tracking, analytics, not to mention the explosive contribution browsers will make to social media if you believe anything the folks at Mozilla are saying about Firefox 4.
i have signed up for the beta and haven’t downloaded pogo yet, but did see another review as well as a demo of the product, in a word, promising.
Questions to ponder…
- Will att.com make this compatible with the iphone 2.0?
- will pogo become adopted on a mass scale?
- Do you need a dual core processor & 64 shared memory or more to use it at a minimum?
- Will other browsers quickly adapt and stomp Pogo, emulate Pogo, ir do nothing at all?
- When can i get me one of them?
Move over “Cheeseburger-eating Hasselhoff“, there’s a new drunk in town! What happens when you take the classic 1999 Jeff Goldblum iMac commercial and slow it down about 30 percent? You get a hilarious piece of footage capable of taking Goldblum’s kids away in any future custody battle!