Real-time search: The web at the speed of life

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My presentation at the Nordic Supersearch 2010 conference in Oslo looking at developments in real-time search but also how real-time activity and location are turning into powerful filters to deliver relevant content.

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Real-time search: The web at the speed of life

  1. Real-time Search The web at the speed of life
  2. What’s new is now Eric Schmidt at the Guardian Activate 2010 conference
  3. What’s new is now Eric Schmidt at the Guardian Activate 2010 conference
  4. Eric Schmidt of Google “Between the birth of the world and 2003, there were five exabytes of information created. We [now] create five exabytes every two days. See why it’s so painful to operate in information markets?” from interview at Atmosphere 2010 conference Photo by Charles Haynes, Some Rights Reserved
  5. How much is exabyte? Photo by msmariamad, Some Rights Reserved
  6. How much is exabyte? An exabyte is 1 million terabytes Photo by msmariamad, Some Rights Reserved
  7. How much is exabyte? An exabyte is 1 million terabytes The entire printed collection of the US Library of Congress is 10 terabytes Photo by msmariamad, Some Rights Reserved
  8. How much is exabyte? An exabyte is 1 million terabytes The entire printed collection of the US Library of Congress is 10 terabytes An exabyte is 100,000 Libraries of Congress Photo by msmariamad, Some Rights Reserved
  9. Twitter: Billions of tweets
  10. Twitter: Billions of tweets On 2 August 2010, the 20 billionth tweet was posted, just over 3 years since it launched in July 2010
  11. Twitter: Billions of tweets On 2 August 2010, the 20 billionth tweet was posted, just over 3 years since it launched in July 2010 On average, about 800 tweets a second now
  12. Twitter: Billions of tweets On 2 August 2010, the 20 billionth tweet was posted, just over 3 years since it launched in July 2010 On average, about 800 tweets a second now Record 3283 tweets per second set during Japan v Denmark World Cup Match
  13. Facebook: The phenomenon Source: Website-Monitoring.com from March 2010
  14. Facebook: The phenomenon 3.5 million events created each month Source: Website-Monitoring.com from March 2010
  15. Facebook: The phenomenon 3.5 million events created each month 60 million status updates a day Source: Website-Monitoring.com from March 2010
  16. Facebook: The phenomenon 3.5 million events created each month 60 million status updates a day 3 billion photos uploaded each month Source: Website-Monitoring.com from March 2010
  17. Facebook: The phenomenon 3.5 million events created each month 60 million status updates a day 3 billion photos uploaded each month 5 billion pieces of content shared each week Source: Website-Monitoring.com from March 2010
  18. Are you suffering from IOS?
  19. Are you suffering from IOS?
  20. The rush in real-time
  21. The rush in real-time
  22. The rush in real-time
  23. Google Realtime
  24. Google Realtime
  25. Real-time 2.0
  26. The future of search ...one idea is that more and more searches are done on your behalf without you needing to type. I actually think most people don't want Google to answer their questions. They want Google to tell them what they should be doing next. Eric Schmidt Wall Street Journal 14 August 2010
  27. Relevance The evolution from numbers to relevance by Mahendra Palsule
  28. Your network is your filter
  29. Your network is your filter
  30. Filtering by influence
  31. #reallyimportantstuff
  32. Huffington Post Social
  33. Real-time and real-space
  34. Real-time and real-space
  35. Real-time and real-space
  36. Local advertising where you’re @
  37. News is happening near you
  38. Real-time data visualised
  39. #uksnow on Twitter
  40. #uksnow on Twitter
  41. #uksnow on Twitter
  42. Seeing connections http://labs.slate.com/articles/slate-news-dots/
  43. How do we remain relevant?
  44. How do we remain relevant?
  45. Kevin Anderson Twitter: kevglobal kevin@charman-anderson.com http://charman-anderson.com

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