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Re: [videoblogging] Re: New Video Blog post from the DNC

By Ryan Shaw | Ryan Shaw <ryanshaw@...> | ryan_b_shaw
July 30, 2004 | Post #466 | Topic #449

Eric Rice wrote: > Let me dare ask that 64 million dollar question: has the internet > become the backbone for other things, one of which is the Web? Is it > *just* about the web anymore? What about all the other > internet-driven things like IM, or e-mail (google is trying really > hard, i'm so over google). Well, I don't think the Internet has ever been just about the web, though the web (and even more so, email) certainly drove mainstream adoption. But these things aren't totally separate: people email web pages to each other, IM links, etc... I don't think any of these things would be as popular in isolation. > I suppose these are rhetorical questions, but when I ask them to > myself about other devices (like my replay/TiVo box, my ringtones, > etc), I haven't found answers to all of them. Maybe part of me > believes it's not about *just* the Web anymore. It's about the > internetwork. I agree with that. But don't you think the internetwork needs search? Ryan