Some fun and strong positions in the text and comments from the TechCrunch post about the Google Notebook service. Following the author’s remark that Google Notebook lack tags, strong comments were made saying tags are un-necessary when you have content because it can be searched. For me, tagging is the active approach to bookmarking, whereas search is the passive approach to categorized bookmarking. After all, isn’t content indexing equivalent to tagging all the content’s significant words?
I for my part don’t see why the author “wonders about Google dedication to its own projects”. After all, how could there be a relationship between groups of wonder kids and project dedication? Product vision is certainly not the likely outcome of gathering bright individuals and letting them wild. Product vision is boring and requires enterprise spirit…Technorati Tags: Antecipate