Now that the Democratic and Republican National Conventions are over I find myself more excited about this election then I have been in at least six years. Some of the speeches and pandering to party ideals actually sparked my interest whereas I thought there was no hope a year ago. Needless to say I think it is exciting especially when close friends and family disagree. I know, I know, we are supposed to steer clear of religion and politics when in social gatherings, but I think I like to bring it up just to see how people respond.
- What some are saying about Google's Chrome:
- FutureNow’s Brian Eisenberg compares eye tracking studies done this year as opposed to 3 years ago and there is a huge difference in the way we view search results pages today. In fact the study only reiterates the fact that ranking #1 in Google is what all SEO’s should be shooting for.
- Andy Beal lends his support to Twitter and the fact that many believe they were bullied by Google. I myself loved the image they used during the update.
- Peter Shankman, self proclaimed CEO, Entrepreneur and adventurist has developed a way to become the middleman between publicists and reporters.
- Like politicians, business leaders have to portray themselves in a certain way to the public. When they are lacking in an area they sometimes have to create publicity that contradicts what the public perceives is lacking. It’s my opinion that the public likes the goofy laid back ways of Google, and Bill Gates in contrast is often seen as the stuffy type. Seriously, how often is he not in "Microsoft mode"? I think that is where the idea for this commercial came from, as he goes one on one with comedian Jerry Seinfeld: