This is a luxury Google enjoys because it is a modern superpower — there is no company in the world that can do without Google better than Google can do without them.
With that thinking Google launched awareness campaigns against low-quality internet infrastructure in North America — and when those weren’t successful enough, the company started up Google Fiber to address the issue directly.
The company threw a similar stunt in London last July, where singles decorated their bags with doodles and 140-character fun facts about themselves.
Geek speed dating youtube
The pilot, entitled “Speed Dating Is Terrible,” deflates much of the starry-eyed idealism associated with romantic love and debates the ins and outs of dating from the points of view of people engaged in what is surely the 12th Circle of Hell, a speed-dating event at a restaurant.
These are less conversations and more several monologues from participants — two in particular.
Tellingly, though this is supposedly a report first and an infographic second, the default page display’s Google’s suggestions for expansion of the internet.
Click through to “your” report, and you’ll find a collection of stock graphs for each major ISP in your area.
Now, Google is back to making awareness campaigns, this time in the form of an ingenious little You Tube quality report — but contrary to initial appearances, and true to form for Google, this evaluation is aimed at its corporate partners, rather than at users themselves.
When you visit the website, you are presented with three main sections: Your Report, and then two info sections.
They sometimes invent funny usernames to amuse the others.
When we enter a chat room, we wonder what person is hidden behind a cool or funny nickname.
This report allows users to quickly compare the relative quality of You Tube streaming throughout the day, between providers.