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27.1.06

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Time Warner’s Business 2·0 published four scenarios for Google’s future: Google is the media, Google is the internet, Google is dead and, in 2105, Google is God. The last one brings up interesting thoughts: the recording of all , stored in servers. It’s the realm of now, but it’s not the first time someone has mentioned this.
   The roots are in the , not the 22nd: so many of us are , so our thoughts will be around for our successors, or so some of us might hope. Our may well outlast our persons. Our , which were once private or scrawled in draft form in notebooks, like a painter’s sketches, at best, are now public.
    is usually a mixture of all projections plus one that no one ever foresaw. I’m interested in that fifth one.
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I expect the 5th option revolves round China. Isnt it odd that the expat Chinese are one of the world's 3 most wealthiest nationalities but they seem to have banned googling democracy on the mainland. If Google's founders can't get the expat chinese to chnage that within 12 months, then I imagine they will leave google.com and see what's left to do in the world's last 4 years of freedom at google.org

The best of China * America or the worst; which way will all the world's people be spun by? ClubofChina  
I believe if they depart from Google, it will be dead—and then Chinese SEs like Baidu might venture overseas through nationalistic support …  
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