70 thoughts on “Google should be praised

  1. I agree with you Robert but the on thing that may happen with more small business using the Google page creator is incongruent marketing messages such as visit us on the web at http://www.mycompany.com or email at company@myisp.com. I see this up here in Calgary on the rear windows of cars all the time. You have to wonder how many small business know or care that this is a mixed message on the quality of their product.

  2. I agree with you Robert but the on thing that may happen with more small business using the Google page creator is incongruent marketing messages such as visit us on the web at http://www.mycompany.com or email at company@myisp.com. I see this up here in Calgary on the rear windows of cars all the time. You have to wonder how many small business know or care that this is a mixed message on the quality of their product.

  3. So, how come no one from the Office Live team showed up last night to demo at the SF Tech Session? A lot of people were talking about it, trying to figure how it fits in.

  4. So, how come no one from the Office Live team showed up last night to demo at the SF Tech Session? A lot of people were talking about it, trying to figure how it fits in.

  5. I think this is great! I think this is going to help make the web a prettier place, in terms of amateurs building content and design. Hopefully people will be less inclined to make geocities like sites.

  6. I think this is great! I think this is going to help make the web a prettier place, in terms of amateurs building content and design. Hopefully people will be less inclined to make geocities like sites.

  7. I find it funny, when it’s being universally panned, as a return to evil godforsaken 1997 HTML, that Scoble bends over backwards to praise them. The phrase ‘killing with kindness’ plays out here.

    Praise just for BEING there? Ummm no, quality counts. Should you praise the late Yugo for attempting to make automobiles. They were “trying to do something”. It’s NOT the attempt you praise, it’s the END RESULTS. Now coming from someone at Microsoft, easy to see why ‘attempts’ are valued higher than RESULTS.

  8. I find it funny, when it’s being universally panned, as a return to evil godforsaken 1997 HTML, that Scoble bends over backwards to praise them. The phrase ‘killing with kindness’ plays out here.

    Praise just for BEING there? Ummm no, quality counts. Should you praise the late Yugo for attempting to make automobiles. They were “trying to do something”. It’s NOT the attempt you praise, it’s the END RESULTS. Now coming from someone at Microsoft, easy to see why ‘attempts’ are valued higher than RESULTS.

  9. Reminds me of AOL Homepages, anyone using this for a biz, sure ain’t caring about marketing, just get a domain and hire some competent designers, but you know what, if they have existed this long without a web page, maybe they don’t need it. Google praised, oh brother. Google sure is striking out with all this beta’ish crap. And Microsoft copy-catting a strike-out, double irony.

  10. Reminds me of AOL Homepages, anyone using this for a biz, sure ain’t caring about marketing, just get a domain and hire some competent designers, but you know what, if they have existed this long without a web page, maybe they don’t need it. Google praised, oh brother. Google sure is striking out with all this beta’ish crap. And Microsoft copy-catting a strike-out, double irony.

  11. OK, so now many business DO have a website, and some of them have or link to a nice map of how to get there… but what’s really missing is the “Parking direction”…!

  12. OK, so now many business DO have a website, and some of them have or link to a nice map of how to get there… but what’s really missing is the “Parking direction”…!

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