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A World Without Google

A WORLD WITHOUT -************ GOOGLE BLOG- IMAGE SEARCH GER.COM Larry Page meets Sergey Brin ...... '95 "03 '96 domain is registered ...... '97 Google incorporates ·..... 86. Google gains funding and opens Palo Alto office 66. *05 GOOGLE GOOGLE Google bas indexed one billion web pages .... 00. MAPS EARTH Google introduces image search ..... Partnership with AOL showing search .. and sponsored links on AOL properties '02 Google announces AdSense and acquires *03 *05 Google IPO starts, 19,605,052 shares ...... at $85 per share GOOGLE GO0GLE '04 Google introduces Google Maps, Google Earth, .... Google Talk, and Google Analytics MAIL LYTICS '05 ANA- Google introduces Google Calendar & Google Docs ...... "0G Google introduces Street View & OpenSocial .... '07 Google bas indexed one trillion web pages ...... *08 "06 GOOGLE GOOGLE CALEN- DAR UUCS Google ? 90: 60. '10 WHAT IF THERE WAS NO DOCS ANALYTICS CALENDAR GMAIL EARTH DOCS ANALYTICS MAPS • Allowed users to conveniently • Introduced an unprecedented way of exploring analytics data • Allowed companies and individuals to see detailed statistics regarding visitors to their site free of charge • Greatly improved on previous travel direction open any document without having to download it or another application to their computers • Added many coveniences to many Google services such as GMail and Google Scholar. services • API allowed developers to utilise before unaccessable mapping technologies in revolutionary ways GMAIL EARTH BLOGGER.a • Cleaner interface than webmail predecessors, in traditional Google minimalist design • Revolutionary storage capacity for the time, allowing people to never bave to delete their email •Introduced groundbreaking spam blocking technology • Many professional applications for people who depend on geographic and topographic information • Extensive layers have many uses in a broad range of fields such as meterology and • A popular blogging service which Google bought, hosted on it's service, amd began redesigning and updating with current web standards convservation. IMAGE SEARCH CALENDAR SEARCH • The core of Google's offerings, which bas been continually updated by Google to allow • Allowed all image-based •Allows individuals and medias to expand globablly through the web by enabling users to find nearly any image businesses to syne their calendars and meetings • Web interface allows people to see when someone is free to meet users to bave more personalized results, and incorporating innovative features like page previews and real-time news integration ever created WHO WOULD TAKE GOOGLE'S PLACE? YAHOO! Bing Yahoo was once pitted to be everyone's portal to the internet, however once's Google's minimalist design gained more admirerers users began to have less tolerance for the cluttered and busy layout of Yahoo's homepage. Yahoo has also lost the support of many by buying popular services, notably bookmarking service, and then not supporting them. was recently rumored to be closing, by Yahoo has stated they are looking to sell the property. Many think that this mishandling is indicative of Yahoo's inability to meet and understand the Microsoft's foray right into the middle of Google's bread and butter. In July 2009 it was announced that Bing would power Yahoo Search. Notably, bing changes the background image of their search engine daily to show noteworthy places or interesting things. Microsoft paid Verizon $550 Million USD to 'turn off' other search engines on Verizon's Blackberry and make Bing the primary method of search. Bing has received some criticism for being slower to index websites than Google, perhaps because of their lack of advanced algorithms and optimized server farms. needs of it's users. WOULD WE BE BETTER OFF? Google retains its user's data indefinitely leaving a goldmine of data about people that Google could potentially misuse or could fall into the hands of a "big brother" government agencies. Google ts a monopoly on web search, and has already proven to place thetr own services htgher tn results than tndependent company's websttes would get through populartty. Monopolies are dangerous. Google has shown to reflect their slogan "Do No Evil" and has respected its user's privacy, encouraged open-source software, and given millions to philanthrophic organizations. They've earned the trust of their users. The benefits of Google's services outweigh the potential risks of it being misused. If you have YES! NO! NO! YES! nothing to hide you shouldn't worry anyway. Infographic brought to you by: V SingleGrain Infographic by 00000 MAPS BLOGGER.COM IMAGE SEARCH

A World Without Google

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It’s pretty hard to imagine life without Google. From search to collaboration to email, if it wasn’t for Google most of us would have a hard time making it through our day to day life. Here’s a...




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