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Bernd Rubel
I do business on my own playground.
I do business on my own playground.
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My theory is that the new +Google+ is so fast just because autoplay for .gifs is disabled now. Everything they tell us is just a cover-up tactic ^^.
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Living On The Edge.
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Admit it, +Dave Besbris, that was your idea!
#squirrel   #GoogleDoodle   #autumn
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Finally i found something appropriate for my pugs. (cc +Bandit)
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Sonntag, Heimspiel, Kaiserwetter. Fantastisch.
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Job opening: Embedded Social Media Editor, +Washington Post​ - i know a few people in my circles who would be the "ideal candidates" ... just in case one of you gets the job, send me a post card!

via +Torsten Beeck​ (FB)
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Read this.
Google Can't Get By On One Strategy,  Why Do You Think You Can?

This is one of the best articles I've seen yet about Google's shift to Alphabet, and makes the basic argument that for El Goog, trying to ride forever on a single strategy would be corporate suicide.

No product remains dominant forever, disruption is inevitable, and the companies that survive disruption did so by finding new areas for growth and revenue.  Google, in particular, has displayed an almost unique penchant over the years for avoiding the trap of laurel resting.

While the article is all about Google, for me it carries a broader implication for all businesses: if Google doesn't expect to survive as a One Trick Pony, why should your business?  Why should any business?  Fear of wasting money outside your 'core competence' can easily become a crippling liability setting your business on an inevitable crash course with its own doom.

Learn from Google and Alphabet.  Branch out, take chances, and whatever you do, don't try to milk a single cow, no matter how generous its yields might be right now, until the end of time.

#Alphabet   #Disruption  
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Das Ende von Google+?
Vielmehr das Ende dieser Diskussionen, findet +Steve Naumann und hat bei +ZIELBAR einen feinen Artikel über den momentanen Stand der Dinge bei +Google+ verfasst - mit einem fundierten und zuversichtlichen Ausblick auf das, was uns hier noch erwartet.
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Well, now +Google Deutschland's adress in Hamburg makes perfect sense https://abc.xyz/ #Alphabet  :-)
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