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Gillmor Gang discussing Google and its fight for social credibility - 4.10.11 (TCTV)

The Gillmor Gang — Robert Scoble, Doc Searls, Kevin Marks, Andrew Keen, and Steve Gillmor — dive deep into the reasons why Google has its work cut out for it in the fight for social credibility.
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Thoughts On Google's Social Efforts, Selfishness & The Swine Flu

Thoughts On Google's Social Efforts, Selfishness & The Swine Flu | Brand & Content Curation | Scoop.it
Hung out recently with two Googlers. One at YouTube, the other at Gmail. The question of social and Google came up. We quickly found our way to Google's many social failures and its current +1 endeavor .
The difference in thought and approach almost reminds me of my time in China. Sharing for the better of others is not "social." Just because multiple people are involved does not make it social. Social involves interaction, feedback, consequences and, possibly most importantly, a sense of self and not selflessness.
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Dear Vic: here’s your Google bonus (you gotta waste time to get it) — Scobleizer

Dear Vic: here’s your Google bonus (you gotta waste time to get it) — Scobleizer | Brand & Content Curation | Scoop.it
What Google needs to do is make the ultimate time waster guide. Wasting time is big business. We spend billions, if not trillions, wasting time. Just ask the travel industry. Or the gaming industry. Or the movie industry. Or the music industry. Or the skiing industry.
Why doesn’t Google start grabbing up services that help us waste time? Why don’t you start building partnerships with anyone who has information about how we are wasting time? Why not become the ultimate place for us to look for new ways to waste time.
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