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We all know about the demise of Google Health, as well as the new Google+ initiative. So, this post is by no means a prediction about Google+.

In fact, if the initial reviews (which are mixed but with some heavy hitters buying in pretty big) then maybe, just maybe, this list won’t include the latest social effort from the search giant.

For now though, it is interesting to see just how much experimentation the Goog has done and they haven’t been afraid to fail – even entering the healthcare arena!

And, to show the continued pace of product flameouts, just this past weekend Realtime Search was shelved (it is supposed to be back we just don’t know when) and now Wonder Wheel meeting a more permanent fate.

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12 Responses

  1. Google + Physicians can optimize their online footprint

    Google + has launched in beta stages and social networking for physicians has the potential for significant evolution. The challenge for physicians of balancing personal and professional online is not easy to solve. And, a dual citizenship approach provides recommendations for physicians to manage their profiles online.

    It is suggested that separate personal and professional profiles are created, with the hope that the latter will rank higher in searches. It is also recommend undertaking “electronic self-audit” to identify potential online conflicts.

    http://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2011/08/google-physicians-optimize-online-footprint.html

    Stewart

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  2. About early HIT Patient Adopters

    While roughly one-fourth to one-third of U.S. adults have been early adopters of consumer technologies in general across low-moderate-and-high health concern segments, more of those with greater health concerns tended to use health tech products in the past twelve months: 40% of the highest concerned people vs. 25% of those with moderate health concerns and 14% of those at the lowest-concern level.

    http://www.ce.org/Press/CurrentNews/press_release_detail.asp?id=12186

    Edith

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  3. Google’s Book Scanning from Liberty Project May be Subject to Lawsuits

    Back in 2004, Google started a projection in cooperation with several major research libraries to scan digital copies of existing book collections into an archive online.

    http://redir.ientry.com/04-27511-2066745-14193238-0-40

    The project was titled, the Liberty Project, and was operating under the principles of fair use, which allow certain publications to be utilized for research and
    educational purposes without paying royalties to their authors.

    But, it may be in copyright violation trouble.

    Myron

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  4. Google MANIA

    Luigi Pirandello Gets A Google Doodle for Google Italy
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28263-2068391-14193238-0-20

    Google Isn’t Getting Freshness Right, Despite Increased Emphasis
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28217-2068391-14193238-0-20

    This Is How You Monetize An Android App
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28264-2068391-14193238-0-20

    Can Google’s Compute Engine Compete With Amazon?
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28265-2068391-14193238-0-20

    Google Tells You All About How To Use Search Funnels
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28260-2068391-14193238-0-20

    Want To Build Google Drive Apps? Watch This Video
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28261-2068391-14193238-0-20

    Here’s How You Can Make Money With Google Wallet
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28259-2068391-14193238-0-20

    Jean-Jacques Rousseau Gets A 300th Birthday Google Doodle at Google France
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28257-2068391-14193238-0-20

    Google Adds A New Kind Of Referrer For Ad Clicks
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28258-2068391-14193238-0-20

    PayPal Introduces Mastercard Payment Solution
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28254-2068391-14193238-0-20

    The New YouTube App Is Actually Pretty Awesome
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28255-2068391-14193238-0-20

    How Much Is That Hotlink in the Tablet Edition of Family Circle Worth? Possibly $1,500 to $5,000
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28256-2068391-14193238-0-20

    Google Cures Cancer With 600,000 Processor Cores [Google I/O]
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28248-2068391-14193238-0-20

    Google Chromebooks Now Available At 100 Best Buy Stores
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28249-2068391-14193238-0-20

    App Engine 1.7.0 Released at Google I/O
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28250-2068391-14193238-0-20

    Nexus 7 Guidebook Now Available – Reveals All the Little Known Details
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28251-2068391-14193238-0-20

    Sergey Brin Shows Off Sunglasses For Google Glass [Pics]
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28252-2068391-14193238-0-20

    Like Rube Goldberg Machines? Rovio’s New Game “Amazing Alex” Looks To Be Right Up your Alley
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28253-2068391-14193238-0-20

    Google Drive For iOS and Chrome OS Announced
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28227-2068391-14193238-0-20

    Google Docs Gets Offline Editing
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28228-2068391-14193238-0-20

    Gmail’s User Count Is Incredibly Large (Google I/O)
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28229-2068391-14193238-0-20

    More Businesses Are Now Going Google [Google I/O]
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28230-2068391-14193238-0-20

    Google I/O: Google Announces Chrome For iPhone, iPad
    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28231-2068391-14193238-0-20

    The Google Maniac

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  5. Google Goofs

    Pinterest Has a Graveyard for Failed Google Products

    http://redir.ientry.com/04-28460-2068709-14193238-0-20

    Ismail

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  6. Google Is Shutting Down More Services

    http://redir.ientry.com/04-30174-2070444-14193238-0-22

    Alex

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  7. On Google’s $2 billion tax dodge

    The company reportedly uses a Bermuda loophole to cut its tax payment significantly.

    http://money.msn.com/now/post.aspx?post=c18a3b5a-fc77-4a31-9c43-b8fa5d860692

    It’s another sign that the tax code, which is way too complex, needs reform.

    Edith

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  8. Bye-bye Google Reader
    “Google Reader will be retired on July 1, 2013”

    We are not happy. Tell me all the other products I should try. I want products that sync across iPad, Droid, and PC. I want one that my work IT department will let me install (which is almost nothing).

    Sidney

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  9. To Ban Google Glass?

    Google Glass is a new twist on technology which hasn’t had clearly stated limits on the locations in US communities where it can and cannot be used. In order to protect our communities we need limitations to prevent indecent public surveillance of our friends, children, and families.

    Yet, it is hard to prevent it because the hardware gives no notification that it is recording an individual at any given time.

    Myron

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  10. 10 Reasons Why Google Reader Deserved to Die

    Google Reader, which provided nearly instant access to the latest news from any site a person subscribed to via RSS feeds, is officially dead. Google shut it down July 1 after deciding it wasn’t worth keeping open.

    http://www.eweek.com/cloud/slideshows/google-reader-deserved-to-die-10-reasons-why/?kc=EWKNLEDP07032013A&dni=66471432&rni=29507698

    While at least 150,000 subscribers disagreed with the decision, here are 10 reasons why it was time for Google to shut down Reader.

    Edith

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  11. Bringing Google Glass to the patient encounter

    Imagine practices where doctors enter the exam room wearing tech-enabled eyewear geared to capture documentation. That scenario has played out with thousands of patients over the last six months — with high acceptance rates.

    http://www.medicalpracticeinsider.com/news/bringing-google-glass-patient-encounter?email=MARCINKOADVISORS@MSN.COM&GroupID=90115

    Any thoughts?

    Ann Miller RN MHA

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  12. Meet Denmark’s ‘Iron Lady’, who could cost Google $6.6 billion

    She’s Margrethe Vestager, the EU’s new competition commissioner, who is living up to her nickname “The Iron Lady of Denmark” by taking on industry giants such as Google, MasterCard, Starbucks and Amazon.

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/money/technologyinvesting/meet-denmark%e2%80%99s-%e2%80%98iron-lady%e2%80%99-who-could-cost-google-dollar66-billion/ar-AAc70D1?ocid=iehp

    Edith

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