A must watch…this future might make you cringe.

via dailybunch:

If you haven’t seen Sight by Eran May-raz and Daniel Lazo yet, do yourself a favor and check it out.

It is a truly fascinating (and slightly frightening) vision—no pun intended—of the future that innovations like Google’s Project Glass seem to be charting a course towards.

…and the Google circle memes begin
via parislemon:

The 21 Google Circles you’ll actually use from HappyPlace.

…and the Google circle memes begin

via parislemon:

The 21 Google Circles you’ll actually use from HappyPlace.

Google Demo Slam from Johannes Leonardo on Vimeo.

This came out last year. I had never seen it, but its some nice work. Another example of the myriad of product promotions that just seem to slip into the ether without much notice. I like the idea of giving interesting and passionate people the opportunity to show the various ways that products are used. Google makes all this great stuff so its good to see them finally put some effort behind showing how people can use it. via Sav

Discussions between Microsoft and Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. for a structure where the former’s search engine (Bing) would pay for exclusive rights to the latter’s content (Wall Street Journal, Fox, etc.) has proven instantly upsetting to the self-appointed defenders of a “free” Internet. The simple reason: it might just work.

Douglas Rushkoff from his article "The New Good Guys" in the Daily Beast (article via soup)

Google Wave was oversold as something you’d use with the public, or at least with large groups of friends, like you use Twitter, email or Facebook. No. Using it that way is an attention dump and will kill your productivity. Google Wave is actually closer to IM. Great with your very close friends or very active coworkers but horrid for nearly everyone else.

Robert Scoble