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Google and the news

Posted on | May 29, 2007 | No Comments

It’s a love-hate relationship that news organizations have with Google, but it may be moving toward the hate side of the spectrum. News organizations at first didn’t know what was going on when Google began aggregating their content. Then they went into denial, and then, once they realized it might help traffic, they fell into acceptance. Now the anger phase returns. Neil Henry, former of the Washington Post and now teaching journalism at Berkeley, gives a glimpse into how old-media might better dance with new media.
His essay comes as Robert Cringely writes about Google’s impending demise. His argument is simple: the future disruption of Google will come from within its current ranks. Could be. It’s happened plenty of times in the semiconductor and EDA industries.

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