I was sitting in the San Francisco office of Bloomberg when Charlie Rose came on the screen. He was interviewing Eric Schmidt, chairman and former CEO of Google. Schmidt was waxing eloquent about Steve Jobs, who sadly passed away earlier this week. It was the start of incessant barrage of “commentary” by Schmidt, in all … Continue reading Schmidt, Seriously!
At the time of Google’s founding, search was broadly defined as a sifting through a directory of websites. As the web grew, search became all about pages. Google, with its PageRank, came to dominate that evolution of search. Today, search is not just about pages, but also about people and the relevance of information to … Continue reading Where Search is Going