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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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So having figured out a way to decide which pages were interesting to what degree with PageRank. Then, it was possible to give search results that were much more useful. So, when you did a search for computer say, it would find all the pages would say the word computer on it.Then if the ones that gave me at the top, the beginning of the first page would be the ones have the most interestingness which means they are the ones I'd be likely to and really want to go look at, not the stray junk. So that improved to a tremendous degree, the kind of results it could give.

This was perhaps the most effective search engine yet. Page and Brin called it Google. And Google benefited from the web's rapid expansion during the dot com boom of the late 1990s because its link counting algorithm actually got better as more pages were added to the web. But they also faced a challenge. Each time someone used Google, they used a little bit of its computer servers. A single digital transaction, like a search, may have a negligible cost, but millions of negligible costs add up to a fortune.

The problem for Google was that as the web expanded. It required more and more expensive processing power and more andmore expensive storage. But it didn't have a real way of making sure that money was coming in.

Larry would come back for an advice now and then,he'd come to the office and we'd have a chat and we talked about the technology and what they were building and it was all great. And then I'd say a little bit, how are you ever going to make money with this. He would give this sort of smile, little look and say I don't know, we'll figure it out later.

Most search engines at that time were funded by advertising, but Larry and Sergey didn't like that. In fact, this is the research paper that they used to present Google to the academic community. And what they said was we believed the issue of advertising causes enough mixed incentives that is crucial to have competitive search engine that is transparent and in the academic realm.

This is what Google looked like in 1998. Free of ADwords, simple, clean and white. Google looks hard back to the amateurism of the early web. Yet whatever the ideals, Google still had to pay its way.Charging consumers to search was quickly dismissed as an option. And instead, Google realized that they could use their search engine to revolutionize advertising.

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[Homework]2011-08-22 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —10

So what is the relationship between interestingness and search?

So having figured out a way to decide which pages were interesting to which degree with page rank, then it was possible to give research results that were much more useful. So when you did a search for, computer say, it would find all the pages that would say the word computer on it. Then the ones that gave me at the top, the beginning at the first page, would be the ones that have the most interestingness, which means they're the ones that I'd be likely to really wanna go look at, not the straight junk. So that improved to a tremendous degree what results you can get.

This was perhaps the most effective search engine yet. Page and Brin called it Google. And Google benefited from the Web's rapid expansion during the dot com boomer in late 1990s because its link counting algorithm actually got better as more pages were added to the Web. But they also faced challenge. Each time someone used Goolge, they used a little bit of its computer servers. A signle digital transaction, like a search, may have a negligible cost but millions of negligible costs add up to a fortune.   

Problem for Google was that as the Web expanded it required more and more expensive processing power and more and more expensive storage, but it didn't have a real way of making sure that money was coming in.

Larry would come back for advice now and then. It just come to the office, we have a chat. And we talked about the technology and what they were building. And it was all great. And then I said but, how are we ever gonna make money with this? He may get [this sort of smile and looking and say] I don't know. We will figure it out later.

Most of search engines at that time were funded by advertising. But Larry and Sergey didn't like that. In fact, it's the research paper that have used to represent Google to the academic community. Once it says was we believe the issue of advertising causes enough mixed incentive that is crucial to have a competitive search engine that is transparent and in the academic route.

This is what Google looked like in 1998, free of adverts, simple, clean, and white. [Google looks hard back to the amateurs of them of the early Web.] Yet whatever the ideal, Google still haven't paid away. Charging consumers for search was quickly dismissed an option. Instead Google realize that they use their search engine to revolutionize advertising.




                                                   
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     There is a relationship between interestingness and search.
     So having figured out a way to decide which page is, were, interesting to what degree, page rank, then it was possible to give search results that were much more useful. So when you did a search for computer, say, you will find all the pages would say the word computer on it. Then, the one that give me at the top, at the beginning of the page, would be the ones have most interestingness, which means there is one that I might really be like to look at, not the street junk. So that improve, to dramatic degree, the kind of results it gets.
     This was perhaps the most effective search engine yet. Page and Brin called it google. And goole benefited from the web rapid expansions during the .com boom of the late 1990s, because it link counting // actually got better as more pages were added to the web. But they also faced a challenge. Each time a user used google, they used a little bit of its computer servers. A single digital transaction, like a search, may have a negligible cost, but millions of negligible costs add up to a fortune.
       Probably for google, as the web expanded, it required more and more expensive processing power, and more and more expensive storage. But it didn't have a real way of making sure that money was coming in.
       Larry would come back for advice now and then. He just come to the office and we have chat, and we talked about technology what they were building, it was all great. And then I said:"How are you going to make money for this?" He would give a sort of smile look and say:" I don't know, we will figure it out later."
      Most search engines at that time were funded by advertising, but Larry and // didn't like that. In fact, this is a research paper that they used to presented google to the academic community. What they said was, "we believe the issue of advertising causes us enough to make to the centers that its crucial to have a competitive search engine that is transparent in the academic realm.
       This is what goole looked like in 1998, free of advers, simple, clean and white. Gooles looked hard back to the amateurism of the early web. Yet whatever the ideal is, google still have to pay its way. Charging consumers to search was quickly dismissed as an option. Instead, google realize that they could use their search engine to revolutionize advertising.
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This was the relationship between interesting and search.

So having figured out a way to decide which pages were interesting to what degree with page rank. Then it was possible to give search results that were much more useful. So we did a search what computer say and we find out all the pages that would say what computer on it. Then it was the one that give me at the top to beginning the fist page would be the one that have the most interesting in it, which means there is the one that would be like you really wants to look at, not the history junk. So that to improve to a tremendous degree behind the results you can get.

This was perhaps the most effective search engine yet, page in brin called it Google. And Google benefited from the web rapid expansion during the dotcom boom of the late 1990s because its links count algorithm, actually got better as more pages were added to the web. But they also face the challenge. Each time someone use the Google, they use the little bit of the computer servers. A single digital transaction like search may have a negligible cost. But millions of negligible cost add up to a fortune.

Problem for Google as the web expanded, It requires more and more expansive processing power and more and more expensive storage. But it didn't have a real way of making sure that money was coming in.

Larry would come back for advice now and then. just come to the office and we have a chat. And we talked about the technology that they were building and we all agreed. And then i will say how every one can make money with this. He may give the server, smile and look and say. I don't know we will figure it out later.

Most of search engines at that time were funded by advertising  but// like that. In fact, this is the research paper that is used to represent Google to the academic community. And what they said was we believe the issue of advertising causes enough mixed incentive that is crucial to have competitive search engine  that's transparents in the academic round.

This is what Google look like in 1998, free of adverse, simple, clean and white. Google's looks held back to the amateurism of the early web. Yet whatever the ideals Goole still has to pay its way, charging consumers to search with quickly dismiss and an option. Instead, Google realizes that they could use their search engine to revolutionize advertising
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So what is the relationship between interestingness and search?
So having figured out a way to decide which pages were interesting to what degree with PageRank. Then, it was possible to give search results that were much more useful. So, when we did a search for computer say, it'll find all the pages would say the word computer on it. Then if the ones that gave me at the top, the beginning of the first page would be the ones have the most interestingness which means they are the ones I'd be likely to want to go look at, not the stray junk. So that improved a tremendous degree, the kind of results you could give.
This was perhaps the most effective search engine yet. Page and Brin called it Google. And Google benefited from the web's rapid expansion during the dot com boom of the late 1990s because its link counting algorithm actually got better as more pages were added to the web. But they also faced a challenge. Each time someone used Google, they used a little bit of its computer servers. A single digital transaction, like a search, may have a negligible cost, but millions of negligible costs add up to a fortune.
The problem for Google was that as the web expanded. It required more and more expensive processing power and more and more expensive storage. But it didn't have a real way of making sure that money was coming in.
Larry would come back for an advice now and then, he'd come to the office and we'd have a chat and we talked about the technology and what they were building and it was all great. And then I'd say how are you ever going to make money with this. He would give this sort of smile, little look and say I don't know, we'll figure it out later.
Most search engines at that time were funded by advertising, but Larry and Sergey didn't like that. In fact, this is the research paper that they used to present Google to the academic community. And what they said was we believed the issue of advertising causes enough mixed incentives that is crucial to have competitive search engine that is transparent and in the academic realm.
This is what Google looked like in 1998. Free of effort, simple, clean and white. Google looks # back to the amateurism of the early web. Yet whatever the ideals, Google still had to pay its way. Charging consumers to search was quickly dismissed as an option. And instead, Google realized that they could use their search engine to revolutionize advertising.
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[Homework]2011-08-22 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —10

So what is the relationship between interesting lesson and searching.

So having to figure it out way that decide which pages we are interesting to degree and page rank. Then it's possible to give search results that were much more useful. So we did the research for computer say is would find all the pages from the computer on it. Then is the one that give me at the top at the beginning of the first page will be the one of the most interestings which means the deal wants me to like it really want to look at not a xx junk. So that improved to xx degree to xx to get.

This was perhaps the most effective search engine yet, Page and Brin called it Google. Google benefited from the web's rapid expansion during the dot com boomer was in late 1990, because of the link counting xx actually got better as more pages will add it to the web. But they also the challenge, each time someone use the Google they used a little bit of computer servicers. A single digital transantion like search may have negligible cost. But millions of negligible cost add up to a fortune. xx for Google was that as the web is expanded it will require more and more expensive processing power and more and more expansive storage. But it didn't have a real way of making xx as money was coming in.

There we will come back for advice now and then just come to the office and have a chat, and we talk about the technology and what they were building and that's all great, and then we are been how are we gonna to make money with this. He just give me a smile look and say , I don't known what figure it out xx later.

Most search engines at that time were funded by advertising, then xx like that , in fact , is the research paper that used to xx Google to academic community. What they said was we believe the issue advertising causes enough mix to xx. That's crucial to have competitive search engine at its transparency and in the academic around.

This is what Google look like in 1998, free of adverts, simple , clean and white, Google is looks hard back to be the xx of the early web. Yet what the ideals , Google still have to pay its way. Charging consumers to search was quickly to dismiss an option. Instead, Google realized the back of use of their search engine to revolutionary advertising.

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[Homework]2011-08-22 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —10

So what is the relationship between interestingness and search?So having figured out a way to decide which pages were interesting to what degree with page rank, then it was possible to give search results that were much more useful. So when did search with computer say, you'll find all the pages with the able word computer on it. Then if the one that it gave me at the top, the beginning of first page, would be the one that have the most interestingness, which mean that there are ones I'll be like, really ??? So that improved to tremendous degree that kind of result you could give.
This was perhaps the most effective search engine yet -- Page and Brin called it Google. And Google benefited from the web's rapid expansion during the .com boom in the late 1990's because its link counting algorithm actually got better as more pages were added to the web. But they also faced a challenge, each time someone use Google they used a little bit of its computer service. A single digital transaction like a search may have a negligible cost, but millions of negligible costs add up to a fortune. Problem for Google was that as the web expanded it require more and more expensive processing power, and more and more expensive storage, but it didn't have a real way of making sure that money was coming in.
Larry was came back for advise now and then in his company office have a chat. And we talk about technology that they were building and news all grade. Then I said * how are you  ever going to make money of this. And he was * smile look and say: I don't know, we'll think that out later.
Most search engines at the time were funded by advertising, but Larry and Sergey didn't like that. In fact this is the research page that they use to present Google to the academic community. And what's it said was: we believe the issue of advertising causes enough to ??? centers that is crucial to competitive search engine that is transparent and in the academic realm. This is what Google look like in 1998. Free of advers, simple, clean, and white. Google looks * back to the amateurism of the early web. Yet, whatever the ideals, Google still have to pay its way. Charging consumer's search was quickly dismissed as an option. Instead, Google realized that they could use their search engine to revolutionize advertising.

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So what is the relationship between interestingness and search?
So having figured out a way to decide which pages were interesting to a degree was Page rank. Then it was possible to give search results that were much more useful. So when you did a search for “computer” say, you will find all the pages with say the word “computer” on it. Then if the ones it gave me at the top, so beginning at the first page would be the ones having the most interestingness, which means there is the ones I would be likely, really want to go and look at, not the strange junk. So that improved the tremendous degree of the kind of results you can get.

This was perhaps the most effective search engine yet. Page and Brin called it Google. And Google benefited from the web’s rapid expansion during the .com boom of the late 1990s because its link counting organism actually got better as more pages were added to the web. But they also faced challenge. Each time someone used Google, they used a little bit of computer service. A single digital transaction like a search may have a negligible cost, but millions of negligible costs add up to a fortune.

A problem for Google was that as the web expanded; it required more and more expensive processing power and more and more expensive storage. But it didn’t have a real way of making sure that money was coming in.

Larry would come back for advice now and then. He just came to the office and we have a chat. And we talk about the technology that they were building. It was all great. Then I say “but how will everybody make money with this?” He would give me sort of smile and look at me and say “I don’t know, we will figure out later.”

Most search engines at that time were funded by advertising. But Larry and Sergey didn’t like that. In fact, this is the research paper that they used to present Google to the academic community and what they said was “we believe the issue of advertising causes enough mixed incentives that is crucial to have a competitive search engine that is transparent in the academic round.”

This is what Google looked like in 1998. Free of adverts, simple, clean and white. Google’s looks hard back to the amateurism of the early web. Yet whatever the ideal’s, Google still has to pay its way. Charging consumers to search was quickly dismissed as an option. Instead, Google realized that they could use their search engine to revolutionize advertising.
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So what is the relationship between interestingness and search?
So having figured out a way to decide which pages were interesting to what degree with PageRank. Then, it was possible to give search results that were much more useful. So, when you did a search for computer say, it would find all the pages would say the word computer on it. Then if the ones that gave me at the top, the beginning of the first page would be the ones have the most interestingness which means they are the ones I'd be likely to want to go look at, not the stray junk. So that improved to a tremendous degree, the kind of results it could give.
This was perhaps the most effective search engine yet. Page and Brin called it Google. And Google benefited from the web's rapid expansion during the dot com boom of the late 1990s because its link counting algorithm actually got better as more pages were added to the web. But they also faced a challenge. Each time someone used Google, they used a little bit of its computer servers. A single digital transaction, like a search, may have a negligible cost, but millions of negligible costs add up to a fortune.
The problem for Google was that as the web expanded. It required more and more expensive processing power and more and more expensive storage. But it didn't have a real way of making sure that money was coming in.
Larry would come back for an advice now and then, he'd come to the office and we'd have a chat and we talked about the technology and what they were building and it was all great. And then I'd say how are you ever going to make money with this. He would give this sort of smile, little look and say I don't know, we'll figure it out later.
Most search engines at that time were funded by advertising, but Larry and Sergey didn't like that. In fact, this is the research paper that they used to present Google to the academic community. And what they said was we believed the issue of advertising causes enough mixed incentives that is crucial to have competitive search engine that is transparent and in the academic realm.
This is what Google looked like in 1998. Free of ADwords, simple, clean and white. Google looks # back to the amateurism of the early web. Yet whatever the ideals, Google still had to pay its way. Charging consumers to search was quickly dismissed as an option. And instead, Google realized that they could use their search engine to revolutionize advertising.
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[Homework]2011-08-22 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —10

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So what is the relationship between interestingness and search?
So having figured out a way to decide which pages were interesting to what degree with PageRank, then it was possible to give search results that were much more useful. So when you did a search for computer say it would find all the pages would say the word computer on it. Then the ones that it gave me at the top, the beginning of the first page would be the ones that have the most interestingness. Which means that they're the ones I'd be likely or really want to go look at, not the stray junk. So that improved to a tremendous degree, the kind of results you could give.
This was perhaps the most effective search engine yet. Page and Brin called it Google. And Google benefited from the web's rapid expansion during the dotcom boom of the late 1990s, because its link counting algorithm actually got better as more pages were added to the web.
But they also faced a challenge. Each time someone used Google, they used a little bit of its computer servers. A single digital transaction, like a search, may have a negligible cost, but millions of negligible costs add up to a fortune.
The problem for Google was that as the web expanded, it required more and more expensive processing power, and more and more expensive storage. But it didn't have a real way of making sure that money was coming in.
Larry would come back for advice now and then. He just had come to the office and we'd have a chat and we talk about the technology and what they were building and news all great. And then I'd say, But how are you ever going to make money with this? And he would give this sort of smile, little look and say, I don't know, we'll figure that out later.
Most search engines at that time were funded by advertising, but Larry and Sergey didn't like that. In fact, this is the research paper that they used to present Google to the academic community and what they said was, We believe the issue of advertising causes enough mixed incentives that it's crucial to have a competitive search engine that is transparent and in the academic realm.
This is what Google looked like in 1998: free of adverts, simple, clean and white. Google's looks hark back to the amateurism of the early web. Yet whatever the ideals, Google still had to pay its way. Charging consumers to search was quickly dismissed as an option. Instead, Google realized that they
could use their search engine to revolutionise advertising.

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So what's the relationship between interestingness and search?
So having figured out a way to decide which pages we are interested to what degree with page rank, then it's possible to give search results that are much more useful. So when you did a search for computer, say, it would find all the pages would say the word computer on it. Then the ones that give me at the top, the beginning of the first page would be the ones that have the most interestingness, which means they're the ones I would be likely or really want to look at, not the stray junk. So that improved to a tremendous degree, the kind of results you could get.
This was perhaps the most affected search engine yet. Page and Brin called it Google. And Google benefit it from the Web's rapid expansion during the dot come boom in the late 1990s, because its link counting algorithm actually got better as more pages were added to the web. But they also faced challenge. Each time someone use the Google, they use a little bit of its computer service. A single digital transaction like search may have a negligible cost. But millions of negligible cost add up to a fortune.
The problem for Google was that as the Web expanded, it required more and more expensive processing power, and more and more expensive storage. But it didn't have a real way of making sure that money was coming in.
Larry would come back for advice now and then. He'd just come into the office and we have a chat. And we talk about the technology what they were building and I knew it was great. And then I say but how ever it's gonna make money with this? He may got sort of... smile look and say I don't know. I will figure it out later.
Most of search engines of that time were funded by advertising. But Larry and Sergey didn't like that. In fact, this is the research paper that's used to present Google to the Academic Community. And what they said was we believe the issue of advertising causes enough mixed incentives that is crucial to have a compatitive search engine that is transparent and in the academic realm.
This is what Google looked like in 1998, free of adverts, simple, clean and white. Google's look harkback to the amateurism of the early webs. Whatever the idea is, Google still had to pay its way. Charging consumers to search was quickly dismissed as an option. Instead, Google realized they could use their search engine to revolutionize advertising.
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[Homework]2011-08-22 虚拟革命 免费的代价 The Cost of Free —10

So what is the relationship between interestingness and search?
So having figured out a way to decide which pages were interesting to what degree with page**. Then it was possible to give search result that were much more useful. So when you did a search for computer, say , it would find all the pages that would say the word computer on it. Then the ones that it gave me at the top, at the beginning, at the first page, would be the ones that have the most interestingness, which means that they are the ones that I'll be likely or really want to look at, not the straight junk. So that improved to tremendous degree that kind of results you can get.
This was perhaps the most effective search engine yet. Page and Brin called it Google. And Google benefited from the web's rapid expansion during the dot com boom with the late 1990s because its link counting algorithm actually got better as more pages were added to the web. But they also faced a challenge. Each time someone used Google, they used a little bit of its computer servers. A single digital transaction, like a search, may have a negligible cost, but millions of negligible cost add up to a fortune.   
The problem for Google was that as the web expanded, it required more and more expensive processing power, more and more expensive storage. But it didn't have a real way of making sure that money was coming in.
Larry would come back for advice now and then. He just came to the office and we had a chat and we talk about the technology they were building and it was all great. But then I said but how are we gonna make money with this. He always had this sort of smile look and said I don't know, we'll figure it out later.
Most search engines at that time were funded by advertising. Larry and Sergey didn't like that. In fact, it is the reseach paper that is used to present Google to the academic community. What they felt was we believed the issue of advertising cost enough mixed incentive and it's crucial to have a competitive search engine that is transparent and in the academic realm.
This is what Google looked like in 1998, free of adverts, simple, clean and white. Google's looks ** back the amateurism of the early web. Yet whatever ideal is, Google still had to pay its way. Charging consumers for search was quickly dismissed as an option. Instead, Google realized that they could use their search engine to revolutionize advertising.

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