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  • 1. Begin Google
  • 2. Jeff Jarvis
      • http://www.buzzmachine.com/
      • Associate professor and director of the interactive journalism program at the City University of New York’s new Graduate School of Journalism .
      • Consulting editor and a partner at Daylife, a news startup.
  • 3. Abstract
      • Purpose of the text
      • Google rules
      • If Google ruled the Earth
      • Generation Google
  • 4. rules
  • 5. New relationship
      • Give the people control, we will use it
      • Dell hell
      • Your worst customer is your best friend
        • Engage angry customers to learn & improve
      • Your best customer is your partner
        • Use them as endorsement
  • 6. New architecture
      • Blogging – free speech
      • Do what you do best and link to the rest
      • Join a network
      • Be a platform
      • Think distributed - embedding
  • 7. New publicness
      • If you’re not searchable, you won’t be found - SEO
      • Googlejuice as compared to revenue, EBITDA, market share etc
      • Frenemy – the way to befriend and to exploit Google
      • Your customers are your ad agency
        • word of mouth
  • 8. New society
      • Elegant organization
        • Mark Zuckerberg – founder Facebook
        • Helped his class fellows to prepare for art exams by creating a website where students collaborated
        • As a result everyone got better grades
  • 9. New economy
      • Small is the new big
        • Businesses
        • Political/social movements
        • Get small; Think big
      • Manage abundance, not scarcity
      • Join the open-source, gift economy
      • The mass market is dead — long live the mass of niches
  • 10. New business reality
      • No inventory
      • Middlemen are doomed
        • Talk directly to customers and your suppliers
      • Free is a business model
        • Gather more traffic
        • New side-tracks for revenue – advertisements
      • Decide what business you’re in
  • 11. New attitude
      • There is an inverse relationship between control and trust —David Weinberger
      • Trust the people
      • Listen
  • 12. New ethic
      • Make mistakes well
        • Mistakes can be valuable; perfection is costly
      • Life is a beta
        • Continuous feedback and improvement
      • Be honest & transparent
      • Don’t be evil
        • Google revolution
  • 13. New speed
      • Answers are instantaneous
        • Fast is better than slow
      • Life is live
      • Mobs form in a flash
  • 14. New imperatives
      • Beware of the cash cow
        • Continuous change
      • It is better to seek forgiveness than permission
      • Simplify, Simplify
      • Get out of the way —Craig Newmark
  • 15. ruled the earth If
  • 16. Media
      • The Google Times — Distributed, collaborative, searchable
      • Googlewood — Small is the new big
      • GoogleCollins — Killing the book to save it
  • 17. Advertising
      • Eliminate advertising
      • Word of mouth
      • Advertising will stay
        • Reaching out to customers
  • 18. Retail
      • Google Eats
        • Data and openness
      • Google Shops
        • A company built on people
        • Help organize your customers
  • 19. Utilities
      • Google Power & Light
        • Google.org - RE<C (Renewable Energy is less than Coal)
        • Patented the idea of wave powered water cooled server farm
      • GT&T
        • Control in customers’ hands - imagine a cable company as a platform for what we want to do.
  • 20. Manufacturing
      • The Googlemobile
        • Open source cars
        • From secrecy to sharing
        • Get rid of the dealer
      • Google Cola
  • 21. Service
      • Google Air — A social marketplace of customers: Can an airline become a publisher for its wise crowd?
      • Google Real Estate — Information is power Eliminating the middlemen—or making them add real value
  • 22. Money
      • Google Capital
        • Venture capital
      • The First Bank of Google
        • No middlemen
        • New online currency - Googlebucks
  • 23. Public welfare
      • St. Google’s Hospital
        • The benefits of publicness
        • Patient’s community
      • Google Mutual Insurance
        • The business of cooperation
  • 24. Public institutions
      • Google U
        • Opening education
        • Teaching, testing, research and socializing
        • Separate youth from learning
      • The United States of Google
        • Geeks rule – solution oriented
        • Facebook was used against FARC in Columbia and for Obama’s presidential campaign
  • 25. Exceptions
      • PR and lawyers — Hopeless
      • God and Apple — Beyond Google? Is Apple the great exception or is it Googley?
  • 26. Generation
  • 27.
      • Friendship — We stay linked forever
      • Publicness — Is privacy over?
      • Thought — Does the internet make us smarter?
      • Politics and government — Is this the transparent administration?
      • Talent — This is the creation generation
  • 28. Thank you

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