— Scroogle is gone, and Google thinks it wins —
Scroogle is gone from Microsoft today, I never heard of it, I thought it was spelled Screwgle. Then I read an article by Eric Scmidt the chief CEO at Google in Wikipedia saying in a “2010 interview with the Wall Street Journal: “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.””
I was offended by the assumptions of the big wigs, they assume we’re stupid. It’s insulting when they don’t give us a choice to opt out of their programming, with their advertisements being forced down our throats for the sake of their profits.
I would agree with their advertisements, if I/we had the choice to shut them off. That goes out to youtube too. Put a radio button or some other field that we could check and not see ads, and have them not forced down our eyes/throat/minds.
You bought youtube from someone who came up with the idea of youtubers uploading their videos, and had the gumption to put those talents to use creating their own shows. It’s true the public has some awful shows, but they enjoy them.
Google didn’t come up with the idea of Youtube, but they saw the profit in it, and gobbled it up.