Google I/O 2013 has created a lot of buzz and of course, a lot of words. Here is my pick of some of the best pieces about Google’s annual developer conference and the news coming out from there, and here’s a link to some of our best pieces from the week.
- Google please be a benevolent internet overlord. Dan Gillmor writes for The Guardian and shows why he continues to be one of the clearest thinkers when it comes to the internet, companies and us, the people.
- Mark Sigal’s 6 key takeaways from the Google I/O keynote. A really good roundup.
- Everything Google is trying to kill. Classic Gizmodo piece where in they tell us that Adobe, Spotify, Skype, Pandora, PayPal, Textbooks, Flickr and Siri are some of things Google is trying to put out of business.
- Tyler Hayes thinks Google’s Play music service is going to have a tougher time in the market than most people think.
- At Google conference, cameras in the bathroom. Okay, bullet dodged.
- Great piece on how Google got its unified messaging act together and built the new Hangouts.
- Welcome to the Google Island. Only Mat Honan can do this.
- Even Google’s own developers won’t be seen wearing Google glasses. Or so says FastCompany.
- The Design that conquered Google. New Yorker picks up on the design plus data symbiosis I have been writing about and focuses on Google’s liberal use of the cards metaphor.
- All the mashed potatoes. John Gruber in full effect.
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