Google goes local and more local
: Google buys localized social networking tool Dodgeball. A founder celebrates. Their teacher celebrates. Rex Hammock says they didn’t acquire a tiny company with two talented founders; he said they acq-hired.
Google moves past organizing the world’s content to creating the world’s content (Blogger) to storing and serving the world’s content (video) to organizing your own content (desktop ap) to organizing your town (local) to organizing your friends (Orkut and now Dodgeball).
Just now, I said to Michael Powell at lunch (more on that later) that what we really want to do is Google our lives.
: ADD: Yelvington.