It seems like anywhere you go, Google is there. My co-worker described them as all-knowing, omniscient, and “most likely to become a real-life Cyberdyne corporation.” (You know, from the Terminator movies?)
Google is now even delving into our childhoods with their recent musical experiment/customized user experience in Chrome: The Wilderness Downtown. Teaming up with popular Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire, a few Google programming geniuses have helped launch what could be the next generation of music videos for the new single “We Used to Wait.”
The “music video” has already gone viral (if not mainstream) and is, simply put, a revolutionary step in marketing using the brand new HTML 5 technology.
So how soon is it before Google shows us hyper-local ads based on our personal tendencies and preferences?
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