Bing and O’Reilly Radar – The Future is Now

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When we look ahead, the one thing we can safely predict is the rate of innovation happening in the 21st century will only get faster.  Over the past 10 years, we have seen the rise of a strong online economy, bloody revolutions tweeted globally and the compression of information into tiny amounts of physical space. Thanks to those changes, the cell phone changed its form factor and capabilities, and real-time updates from cell phones have become…

Setting the record straight

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I was unable to attend the Farsight conference yesterday but watched events unfold online and wanted to take a moment to share some thoughts and make sure everyone is clear about a few things. It was interesting to watch the level of protest and feigned outrage from Google. One wonders what brought them to a place where they would level these kinds of accusations. Before we explore that, let me…

Thoughts on search quality

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This morning, I will be on a panel at the Farsight Summit with some of the industry’s thought leaders to talk about search quality as we look into the future of search. Farsight is about looking 10 years into the future to explore the big industry challenges and opportunities ahead of us as we work to deliver the next generation of search. We woke up to an interesting (and interestingly…

Bing and Big Think present Farsight 2011: “Beyond the Search Box” Event and Webcast

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In the past ten years, search has transformed the way we experience the web even as the web itself has changed.  New user interfaces, mobile devices, and interactive services are evolving beyond text pages intertwining the ‘web’ into all aspects of our lives and thus we expect to be able to do more online with less friction.   Along with the innovation has come an explosion of information and services that…