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虚拟革命 免费的代价  | The Virtual Revolution


    一个沉默的故事,一场无声的革命。影响了地球上的每个人。网络发明后,20多年过去了。我们一起探讨网络带来的深远影响——无论好坏,数字革命是如何改变了人类的生活呢?记者兼大学教师Aleks Krotoski博士走访全球,研究网络改变一切的意义,包括我们如何学习、购物、投票、交友等等。目前全球有四分之一的人上网,一起探讨当世界剩下的四分之三的人将要上网时,我们的网络又为他们准备了什么呢?互联网是免费的,但是有代价的!本期节目就google为例,为你揭示天下没有免费的午餐。而类似亚马逊网站的推荐引擎,可以建立用户数据库,那么,个人隐私是否受侵害呢?

  

   20多年前,英国人蒂姆·博纳斯李发明了互联网。“只是因为我自己需要”他对BBC说。从那时起世界不再是以前的世界。这20年在世界历史上转瞬即逝,但全球互联网却在这20年间高速发展。网络改变了全世界的社会组织形式。社会上越来越多的部门,以爆炸性的速度并通过各种形式与网络联系在一起。

 

In the third programme of the series, Aleks gives the lowdown on how, for better and for worse, commerce has colonised the web - and reveals how web users are paying for what appear to be 'free' sites and services in hidden ways. Joined by some of the most influential business leaders of today's web, including Jeff Bezos (CEO of Amazon), Eric Schmidt (CEO of Google), Chad Hurley (CEO of YouTube), Bill Gates, Martha Lane Fox and Reed Hastings (CEO of Netflix), Aleks traces how business, with varying degrees of success, has attempted to make money on the web. She tells the inside story of the gold rush years of the dotcom bubble and reveals how retailers such as Amazon learned the lessons. She also charts how, out of the ashes, Google forged the business model that has come to dominate today's web, offering a plethora of highly attractive, overtly free web services, including search, maps and video, that are in fact funded through a sophisticated and highly lucrative advertising system which trades on what we users look for. Aleks explores how web advertising is evolving further to become more targeted and relevant to individual consumers. Recommendation engines, pioneered by retailers such as Amazon, are also breaking down the barriers between commerce and consumer by marketing future purchases to us based on our previous choices. On the surface, the web appears to have brought about a revolution in convenience. But, as companies start to build up databases on our online habits and preferences, Aleks questions what this may mean for our notions of privacy and personal space in the 21st century.

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I think that people got over excited and believe that the web was creating completely new way of doing business because it was.  And in many ways, it was totally disrupting existing business models. I think the people then thought any old business might work which was akind of logic that perhaps was flawed.

People got confused and thought if have a lot of web traffic that must be incredible.No, building a lot of branches that is more of a unique asset that somebody else can't duplicate. Building a website, you know, was a kind of overnight thing. And so most of those companies were not adding that much value, they just hoped somebody who knew what they were doing they would buy them, or somehow their scale would allow them to luck on a business model.

And yet, the dot com boom had drawn millions of new users onto the web and made ita mainstream. And companies have learnt a lesson that is simply wasn't enough to create online versions of traditional shops. They had to rethink what the web could do that would allow them to make a profit. Today there is a company that has worked this out better than anyone else. Its origins are true to the ethos of the old free web, and yet it has become one of the biggest money-making machines in history. It's changed what it means for all of us to be online.

This company learnt to make money from the web. But in doing so, it turned its consumers into commodity. How? By transforming our innocuous and apparently free search for information into an enormous money spinner. This company is Google, and it's turned our curiosity into its gold mine.

Today,Google has an extraordinary grip over the web. Google today is better than Google yesterday because we launched things to make it better. And it will be better tomorrow because we will launch things tonight. It's constantly getting better.

Google makes sense of the web. Everyday, over two million searches are made via its search engines in 40 different languages.

Normally,you would ask a smart person for advice on anything, but now, you type it in to Google and you get tons and tons more information that you ever got before.

But it's not just search. It's free video-sharing site YouTube is taking on television.

We crossed one billion view mark per day that we're serving.

We can use Google to fly over the planet or even look over your neighbor's fence.

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I think people go very excited, and believe the web is creating a complete new way in doing business because it was. And in many ways it was totally disrupting existing business models. I think the people then thought any old business might work which is a kind of logic that perhaps was floored.

People got confused on thought that if you have a lot of web traffic that must be incredible. No, building a lot of branches that is more of a unique asset that somebody else can’t duplicate. Building a website, you know, was a kind of overnight thing. So most of those companies weren't adding that much value. They just hope that somebody know what they were doing would buy them or somehow their scale would allow them to luck on to a business model.

And yet the .com boom has drawn millions of new users onto the web and made it mainstream. And company has learned a lesson that it simply wasn’t enough to create online versions of traditional shops. They had to rethink what the web could do that would allow them to make a profit. Today there is a company that had worked this out better than anyone else. Its origins are due to the e-thoughts, the old free web, and yet it’s become one of the biggest money-making machines in history. It’s changed what it means for all of us to be online.

This company learns to make money from the web. But in doing so, it turned its consumers into commodities. How? By transforming our innocuous and apparently free searchful information into an enormous money spinner. This company is Google and it’s turned our curiosity into its gold mine.  

Today Google has an extraordinary grab over the web.

Google today is better than Google yesterday cause we’ve just launched things make it better. And we will be better tomorrow cause we will launch things tonight. It’s a custom to getting better.

Google makes the sense of the web. Everyday, over 2 billion searches are made via its search engines in 40 different languages.

Normally, you ask smart person on advice for anything, but now you type in the Google, you get tons and tons of more information back you ever got before.

But it’s not just search. It’s free video sharing site Youtube; it’s taking on television.        

We cross the 1 billion view marks per day that we are serving.

We can use Google to fly over the planet or even look over our neighbor’s fence.
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I think people go over excited, and believe the web is creating a complete new way in doing business because it was. And in many ways it was totally disrupting existing business models. I think the people then thought any old business might work which is a kind of logic that perhaps was flawed.

People got confused on thought that if you have a lot of web traffic that must be incredible. No, building a lot of branches that is more of a unique asset that somebody else can’t duplicate. Building a website, you know, was a kind of overnight thing. So most of those companies weren't adding that much value. They just hope that somebody know what they were doing would buy them or somehow their scale would allow them to luck on to a business model.

And yet the .com boom has drawn millions of new users onto the web and made it mainstream. And company has learned a lesson that it simply wasn’t enough to create online versions of traditional shops. They had to rethink what the web could do that would allow them to make a profit. Today there is a company that had worked this out better than anyone else. Its origins are due to the e-thoughts, the old free web, and yet it’s become one of the biggest money-making machines in history. It’s changed what it means for all of us to be online.

This company learns to make money from the web. But in doing so, it turned its consumers into commodities. How? By transforming our innocuous and apparently free searchful information into an enormous money spinner. This company is Google and it’s turned our curiosity into its gold mine.  

Today Google has an extraordinary grip over the web.

Google today is better than Google yesterday cause we’ve just launched things make it better. And we will be better tomorrow cause we will launch things tonight. It’s constantly getting better.

Google makes the sense of the web. Everyday, over 2 billion searches are made via its search engines in 40 different languages.

Normally, you ask smart person on advice for anything, but now you type in the Google, you get tons and tons of more information back you ever got before.

But it’s not just search. It’s free video sharing site Youtube; it’s taking on television.         

We cross the 1 billion view marks per day that we are serving.

We can use Google to fly over the planet or even look over our neighbor’s fence.
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[Homework]2011-08-15 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —7

I think that people go really excited and believe the web was creating completely in doing business, because it was.And many ways it was taking disruppting existing in business models.I think that people then thought any open this might work which is gonna the logic that perhaps was flod.People got confused and thougtht that a few lot will have web traffic that must be credible.Building a lot of branches that's more about ,you need gasap that somebody else can doplecate. Building a web site it was a kind of overnight thing,and so most of those companies were adding that much value.They just hope that somebody will know they are doing and would buy them,or somehow their scale would allow them to lock on to a business mall.And yet,the .com boom has drawn millions of new users onto the web and made it mainstream.And companies have learned a lesson that is simply wasn't enough to create online versions of traditional shops.They had to rethink what the web could do that would allow them to make a profit.Today there's a company that has woked this out better than anyone else.Its origin are choot of the e-thought of the old free web,and yet it has become one of the most money-making machines in history.It changed what I means for all of us to be online.This company learns to make money from the web,but in doing so,it turned its consumers into comodities.How? By transfoming our enorkuous and apparently free search for information into an enormous money spiner.This company is google,and it has turned arcuriosity into its gold mine.Today,google had an extraodinary grift over the web.Google today is better than google yesterday cause we just want them to make things better.And we goona remirely a lot of things senate.It's constantly get you better.Google make sense of the web.Everyday,over two billion searchers are made by its searchanchines in forty different languages.Normarlly you get the smart persons for advice on anything,but now you type in the google and you get tons and tons more information that you never got before.But it's not just search,it's free video sharing for youtwo if taking on television.We cross that one billion and a few mark per day that for serving.We can use google to fly over the planet or even look over our neighbor's fence.
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[Homework]2011-08-15 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —7

I think that people got very excited and believed that the web was creating a completely new way of doing business.Because it was.And in many ways ,it was totally disrupting existing business models .I think that people then thought any of  business might work ,which is kind of the logic that perhaps was floored .

People got confused and thought they had a lot of web traffic .That must be incredible.No,building a lot of branches that's more of a unique asset that somebody else can duplicate.Building a website ,you know ,was kind of overnight thing.So most of those companies weren't adding that much value.They just hope that somebody who knew what they were doing would buy or somehow their scale would allow them to log on to a business mall.

And yet ,the dot.com boom had drawn millions of new users onto the web and made it mainstream.And companies had learned the lesson that it simply wasn't enough to create online versions of traditional shop.They had to rethink what they web could do that would allow them to make a profit .Today there is a company that has worked this out better than anyone else .Its orgins are due to the e-thoughts of the old free web.And yet it's become one of the biggest money-making machines in history.It's changed what it means for all of us to be online.This company learns to make money from the web.But in doing so,it turned its comsumers into commodity.How?By transforming our innocuous and apparently free search for information into an enormous money-spinner.This company is Google and it turns our curiosity into its goldmine.Today Google has an extrordinary grip over the web.

Google today is better than Google yesterday.It just lauches things to make it better.With a better tomorrow ,we lauch things that it's never late.It IS constantly getting better.

Google makes sense of the web.Everyday over two billions searches are made via its search engines in fourty different languages.

Normally ,you ask a smart person for advice on anything ,but now you type it into Google and you get tons and tons more information back than you've never got before.

But it's not just search .It's free vedio- sharing site Youtube is taking on Television.

We cross the one billion view mark per day that we are surfing .

We can use Google to fly over the planet or even look over our neighbor's fence.


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I think people got over excited and believe the web was creating completely new way of doing business because it was.  And in many ways, it was totally disrupting existing business models. I think the people then thought any old business might work which was a kind of logic that perhaps was flawed.
People got confused and thought if have a lot of web traffic that must be incredible. No, building a lot of branches that is more of a unique asset that somebody else can't duplicate. Building a website, you know, was a kind of overnight thing. And so most of those companies were not adding that much value, they just hoped somebody who knew what they were doing they would buy them, or somehow their scale would allow them to luck on a business model.
And yet, the dot com boom had drawn millions of new users on to the web and made it a mainstream. And companies have learnt a lesson that is simply wasn't enough to create online versions of traditional shops. They had to rethink what the web could do that would allow them to make a profit. Today there is a company that has worked this out better than anyone else. Its origins are true to the ethos of the old free web, and yet it has become one of the biggest money-making machines in history. It's changed what it means for all of us to be online.
This company learnt to make money from the web. But in doing so, it turned its consumers into commodity. How? By transforming our innocuous and apparently free search for information into an enormous money spinner. This company is Google, and it's turned our curiosity into its gold mine.
Today, Google has an extraordinary grip over the web. Google today is better than Google yesterday because we launched things to make it better. And it will be better tomorrow because we will launch things tonight. It's constantly getting better.
Google makes sense of the web. Everyday, over two million searches are made via its search engines in 40 different languages.
Normally, you would ask a smart person for advice on anything, but now, you type it in to Google and you get tons and tons more information that you ever got before.
But it's not just search. It's free video-sharing site YouTube is taking on television.
We crossed one billion view mark per day that we're serving.
We can use Google to fly over the planet or even look over your neighbor's fence.
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I think that people got very excited and believed the web was creating completely new way og doing business, because it was. And in many ways, it was totally disrupting existing business models. I think that people then thought any old business might work which was a kind of logic perhaps was flawed.

People got confused and thought they'll have a lot of wen traffic, that must be incredible. No, building lots of branches that's more about a unique asset that somebody else can duplicate. Building a web site isn't a kind of overnight thing and so most of those companies weren't bending that much value. They just hope that somebody who know what they were doing would buy them or somehow their scale would allow them to luck on to the business model.

And yet the dotcom boom had drown millions of new users on to the web and made it mainstream . And companies had learned the lesson that it simply wasn't enough to create online versions of traditional shops. They had to rethink what the web could do that would allow them to make the profits. Today there is a company that has worked it out better than anyone else. Its origins are due to the e-thought of the old free web. And yet it becomes one of the biggest money making machines in history. It's changed what it means for all of us to be online.

This company learns to make money from the web but in doing so, it turns consumers and commodities. How? By transforming our innocuously  and apparently free search for information into an enormous money spinner. This company is google. And ti turns our curiosity into its gold mine.

Today goole has an extraordinary grip over the web.

Google today is better than google yesterday, because we're just launching things to make it better. And we'll get better tomorrow because we won't launch thing late. It's constantly getting better.

Google makes sense of the web. Every day over 2 billions of searches are made via its search engines in 40 different languages.

Normally you ask smart person for advice on anything but now you tap into the Google and you get tons and tons of more information than you ever got before.

But it is not just search. It's free video sharing Youtube. It's taking on television.

We cross the 1 billion view mark per day we are serving.

We can use google to fly over the planet or even look our over our neighbour's fence
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[Homework]2011-08-15 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —7

I think that people got a bit excited and believe that the web is creating completely new way during business. Because it was. And in many ways it was totally disrupting existing business models. I think that people then thought any of business might work which is kind of the logic that perhaps is flawed. People got confused and thought that if you have a lot of web traffic that must be incredible. Building a lot of branches that's more of a unique asset that somebody else cannot duplicate. Building a website you know it's kind of overnight thing. So most of those companies weren't adding that much value. They just hoped that somebody who knew what they were doing would buy them or somehow their scale would allow them to lock on to a business model. And yet the .com boom had drawn millions of users onto the web and made it  mainstream. And companies had learned the lesson that it simply wasn't enough to create online version of tradional shop.they had to rethink what the web could do that would allow them to make a profit. Today there is a company that has worked it out better than anyone else. It's Oriton, a true of the old free web, and yet it's become one of the biggest money making machine in history.It's changed what it means for all of us to be online.  This company learns to make money from the web, but by doing so it turned its consumers into commodities. How?By transforming an innocuous and apparently free search for information into an enormous money center. This company is google and it's turned all curiosity into its gold line. Today google has an extraodinary grip over the web. Google today is better than google yesterday. Cause we just launched something which is making it better. We will be better tomorrow because we launch off something . It's constantly getting better. Google makes sense of the web. Everyday over two billion searches are made by its search engines in forty different languages. Normally you asked a smart person for advise on anything. But now you type into google, and you get tons of tons of more information back than you ever got before. But it's not just search.Its free video sharing like Youtube is taking on television. We cross the one billion viewmark per data for serving. We can use google to fly over the planet and look over neighbour's fence.
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[Homework]2011-08-15 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —7

I think that people got re-excited and believe that the web was creating completely a new wave that doing business, because it was. And in many ways it was taking disrupting existing business models. I think that people then thought any old business might work which is a kind of logic that perhaps was flawed.People got confused and thought that if have a lot of web traffic that must be incredible. Note building a lot of branches that more of a unique asset that somebody else can duplicate. Building a website, you know, was a kind of over night thing, so most of those companies weren't adding that much value, they just hope that somebody who knew what they were doing will buy them or somehow their scale would allow them to lock onto a business mall.
And yet the .com boom had drawn millions of new users onto the web and make them main stream. And companies had learnt the lesson that it simply wasn't enough to create online versions of traditional shops, they have to rethink what the web could do that would allow them to make a profit.
Today there is a company that has work this out better than anyone else. Its origins are two of the e-thoughts of the old free web, and yet it became one of the biggest money making machines in history. It's changed what have meant for all of us to be online. This company learns to make money from the web, but in doing so they turned its consumers into commodity. How? By transforming our innocuous and apparently free search-for  information into an enormous money spinner. This company is Google and it turns our curiosity into its gold mine.
Today, Google has an extraordinary grid over the web.
Google today is better than Google yesterday cause we just launch what thing we made it and make it better. And it'll be the mark with the launchment ....放弃
Google made sense of the web. Everyday over 2 billion searches are made via its search engines in 40 different languages.
Normally, you'd ask smart person for advise on anything, but now, you type in the Google and you'll get tons and tons more information that you ever got before.
But it not just search, its free video sharing site Youtube is taking on television. It cross the 1 billion view marks per day that we are serving. We can use the Google to fly over the planet or even look over our neighbor's fence.

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I think that people got over-excited and believed that the Web was creating completely new way of doing business because it was. And in many ways, it was totally disrupting existing business models. I think that people then thought any old business might work which was a kind of the logic that perhaps was flawed.
People got confused and thought that there if you had a lot of web traffic, that must be incredible. No, building a lot of branches, that's more of a unique asset that somebody else can't duplicate. Building a website, you know, was a kind of an overnight thing and so most of those companies were not adding that much value, they just hoped that somebody who knew what they were doing, would buy them or somehow their scale would allow them to luck on to a business model.
And yet, the dot com boom had drawn millions of new users on to the web and made it mainstream. And companies had learned a lesson that it simply wasn't enough to create online versions of traditional shops, they had to rethink what the web could do that would allow them to make a profit. Today, there's a company that has worked this out better than anyone else. Its origins are tuned to the ethos of the old free web and yet it's become one of the biggest money-making machines in history. It's changed what it means for all of us to be online.
This company learnt to make money from the web, but in doing so, it turned its consumers into commodities. How? By transforming our innocuous and apparently free search for information into an enormous money-spinner. This company is Google and it's turned our curiosity into its gold mine.
Today, Google has an extraordinary grip over the web.
Google today is better than Google yesterday because we've just launched things to make it better and it will be better tomorrow because we will launch things tonight. It's constantly gettting better.
Google makes sense of the web. Every day, over 2 billion searches are made via its search engines in 40 different languages.
Normally, you would ask a smart person for advice on anything but now, you type it into Googlem, and you get tons and tons more information
that you ever got before.
But it's not just search. It's free video-sharing site YouTube is taking on television.
We crossed the 1 billion view mark per-day that we're serving.
We can use Google to fly over the planet or even look over our neighbour's fence.


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[Homework]2011-08-15 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —7

I think people got over excessively  and believed the web is increasing completely in the ways of doing business because it was. And many ways it was totally disrupting existing business models. And the people then thought any old business might work which is kind of logic perhaps have flaws. People got confused and thought if they would have a lot of web traffic that must be incredible. No, building in a lot of branches, that web unique gets up, something else can not duplicate. During the website, you know it was kind of over 1990s. And most of those companies were adding not that much value and they just hoped the somebody who know they were going to buy them or somehow their skill with allow them to luck on the business model.
And yet, the dot com boom has draw millions of new users of the Web and made it mainstream. And company learned the lesson, and simply wasn't enough to create the online version of traditional shop. They had to rethink of web could do, that would allow them to make profits. Today there is a company has worked it out better than anyone else. It was oriented to the East South of old free webs and yet it becomes the one of the biggest money making machine in the history. It changed what i mean for all of us to be online.
Its company learns to make money from the web, but in doing so it turns to consumers and commodities. How? By transforming all inaugurated and parental free search information into enormous money spinner. This company is Google and it turned our curiosity into its gold mine.
And today Google has an extrodinary grip over the web. Google today is better than Google's yesterday, cuz we launch things which make it better, if it is going to be better tomorrow, it is related to we launch things tonight. It is constantly getting better.
Google makes sense of the web. Everyday over two billion searchers are made via its search engines in different languages.
Normal you asked smart person for advise anything, but now you typed into Google, and you will get tons and tons of information better than you ever got before.
It is not a search, It is a free video-sharing youtobe is taken on television.
We crossed one billion of view marks per day that we are serving.
We can use Google to fly over the planet or even look at my neighbour's fence.


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'I think that people got over-excited and believed that the Web was creating a completely new way of doing business because it was. And in many ways it was totally disrupting existing business models. I think that people then thought 'any old business might work', which was kind of the logic that perhaps was flawed.'
'People got confused and thought if oh you had a lot of web traffic that must be incredible. No, building more branches that's more of a unique asset that somebody else can't duplicate. Building a website was kind of an overnight thing,so most of the companies weren't adding that much value; they just hoped that somebody who knew what they were doing would buy them or somehow their scale would allow then to luck on to a business model.'

And yet the .com boom had drawn millions of new users onto the Web and made it mainstream. And companies had learned the lesson that it simply wasn't enough to create online versions of traditional shops - they had to rethink what the Web could do that would allow them to make a profit.

Today there is a company that has worked this out better than anyone else. Its origins are true to the ethos of the old free Web and yet it's become one of the biggest money-making machines in history. It changed what it means for all of us to be online.

'This company learned to make money from the Web, but in doing so, had turned its consumers into commodity. How? By transforming our innocuous and apparently free search for information into an enormous money spinner. This company is Google and it's turned our curiosity into its goldmine.'

Today Google has an extraordinary grip over the Web.

'Google today is better than Google yesterday, 'cause we just launch a bunch of things that made it better, and better tomorrow 'cause we are launching a bunch of things tonight. It's constantly getting better.'

Google made sense of the Web. Every day, over two billion searches are made by its search engines in over 40 different languages.

'Normally you'd ask a smart person for advice on anything, now you type into Google and you get tons and tons more information back than you ever got before.'

But it's not just search. It's free video-sharing site Youtube is taking on television.  

'We crossed the one-billion view mark per day that we are serving.'

We can use Google to fly over the planet - or even look into our neighbor's fence.
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I think people got excited and believed the web was creating a completely new world in doing business. It was. In many ways, it totally disrupted the existing business model. People then thought: “Any new business is my world and it is logic perhaps.” “People got confused and thought how much traffic it must be incredible. Building a brand name is an unique asset that someone can’t duplicate. building a website, you know, is kind of an overnight thing. Most companies weren’t adding much value to what they hope people will know what they are doing and people will buy and skills that would help them to knock on business more.” The dot.com boom has drawn millions of new users on to the web and made it a mainstream. The companies have learnt the lesson. Yet it simply was not enough to create an online version of the traditional shops. They have to rethink what the web can do and allow them to make a profit. Today there is a company that has worked this out better than other companies. It origins on the ethe, the old frame network. But it becomes the biggest money making machines in history.  It has changed what it means to all of us to be online. This company has learnt how to make money online. In doing so, it turned the consumers into commodities. How? By transforming the enormous and free search information into enormous money spender. This company is Google. It has turned people’s curiosity into its golden mine. Today, Google has an extraordinary grip of the web. Google today is better than Google yesterday because we are doing so many things. We are creating things every day. Google is constantly getting better. Every day more than 2 billion searches are done on Google search engines in 40 different languages. Normally you ask a wise person for advice on antthing, but now you type in Google and Google gives you tons of tons of information, more than anything else. It is not only search; it is also the free video share in youtube. With Google you  can fly over the planet and look across neighbour’s fence.
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