I have been speaking with a business friend of mine, Greg Percifield. In case you don't know him, he's the owner of Music Forte Inc. We were discussing various CD distribution companies, and the problems that existed in that field of the music … [Read more...]
Holocracy Plus Google’s DNA
"Google is actually the first company with a brand that is built entirely of stem cells: able to grow and develop into whatever form it sees fit." How cool would it be if you combined Google's DNA with a Holocracy? read more. … [Read more...]
Google Music Search
Google announced Google Music Search on their blog. Right now the music search feature mostly works for artists popular in the U.S. and a more limited number of artists from other countries, but we plan to expand it to classical music, worldwide … [Read more...]
What is RSS and Why Do I Care?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) allows you to syndicate or subscribe to the feed of a website, blog or almost any media content online (not just articles, it can be music, video or almost any digital media). So instead of having to go visit each and … [Read more...]
Google in China
Google in China: Filtering our search results clearly compromises our mission. Failing to offer Google search at all to a fifth of the world's population, however, does so far more severely. Our launch of google.cn, though filtered, is a necessary … [Read more...]
Lessig: Is Google Print Fair Use?
Lessig: Is Google Print Fair Use?: Larry Lessig has posted a video of a presentation on whether Google Book Search (AKA Google Print) is protected by Fair Use. His conclusion: Yup. But how he gets there is fascinating and informative. Why wouldn't … [Read more...]