Thursday, October 16, 2003

The End of Google (again)

Google, Weblogs, and the End of the World "I’ve probably said this before, but it bears saying again. It is not the job of the Web to conform to Google’s search algorithms. In fact, that bears saying once more, with feeling.

It is not the job of the Web to conform to Google’s search algorithms!

The World Wide Web is not the carefully measured, centralised system of the ‘longhair database people’. The Web is Small Pieces, Loosely Joined. It is, and always has been an anarchy of links, and has taken over the world because anyone, anywhere on the web can innovate, and build on top of it."

The original Register article is worth a read as is the results from the wiki-wankers (including the hilarious Foo Bar) and their blogs.
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