This video is very interesting so far - but there's a strange jump in the middle. . . I would have liked to hear what was being said there - and I have to wonder how much is lost. Also - I turned off my cell phone thinking the GSM interference was coming from it. . . but it seems to be within the video itself! Painful.
Very interesting indeed, but I think the next conference should not end until a solution has been invented to stop the annoying buzzing interference from mobile phones that we hear more and more these days (including throughout this video).But the topic was quite interesting, worth watching even with the buzzing.
I think the most valuable advice was given in the beginning, in which Eric said to put the Internet first as a communications medium. I hope someone implements a better government tracking system so we can keep our congress and state legislature members under a closer watch...
Eric Schmidt seems to be mis-informed about the Venezuelan's TV network RCTV. It may be broadcasting on YouTube but it is also available on cable and satellite in Venezuela itself. Only their broadcast license was not renewed.To be fair Eric is hardly the only one. Red-baiting is back with a vengeance and facts take a back seat.
Interesting vid. The doctor is saying very clearly something to the effect that Google might be ready to 'analyze' the massive data it has about any given person towards a government backed investigation just on the basis of suspicion. Also, the talk about Google's helping to cut down the outsource-to-India phenomenon made an interesting observation. Indians beware!
Definitely interesting, but then again, so is Chocolate-Rain.com
Since working with Eric from 1998-2001 on the PR team at Novell, it's satisfying to see he is still singing the OneNet song more prominently than ever, though with different words. I blogged recently about Eric and his OneNet Novell days at www.pilmerpr.com/blog
I enjoy when Eric gives his routine joke about the meetings that they have. With everyone looking at their pda etc.
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