The FOG of Internet competition

May 7, 2007 at 10:43 am Leave a comment

There’s a new acronym in town, and I bet it’s one that every technology company can relate to: FOG, or Fear of Google. Robert Scoble reports first hearing it over the weekend from Geoff Ramsay, CEO of eMarketer. Why, for example, would Microsoft and Yahoo! even think about joining forces? FOG…

And if you doubt the power of Google, check out today’s AP story about John McCain’s visit to the Googleplex. Hillary has also visited, and it seems that a Q&A session with Googlers is fast becoming an indispensable stop on the presidential campaign trail: “The Google Interview could become the 21st-century equivalent of the candidate’s pilgrimage to the General Motors plant.”

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