Looking into the Crystal Ball

It’s the beginning of another great year and what better time to put on the radar some emerging ideas for 2010. Now a quick search on the web reveals many ‘trend’ reports for this year, but here’s one from Europe that we thought was interesting. Do you agree or disagree?

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One thought on “Looking into the Crystal Ball

  1. Interesting presentation Liz. Personally, I am already starting to get Facebook fatigue and as a result check and update it less so I would be curious to see if that is becoming the norm. In addition, I think that social search will only really work if people setup their social search network first so to see whether you like it, you have to invest time and effort. For those not very active in social networks I wonder if they will take the time or even feel it adds value. For more info Google has a great intro blog about their social search http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2009/10/introducing-google-social-search-i.html.There also seem to be quite a few different companies involved in social search and I just wonder how these compare and compete with Google, the big guy. Any ideas?

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