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Ok, I'll be accurate he didn't claim to create the Internet his actual quote was as follows from the March 1999 CNN interview.

"During my service in the United States Congress, I took the initiative in creating the Internet."

Anyway with that said, Al is responsible for bringing us Current TV a new media outlet that partners with Google to bring viewers content aimed at the 18-34 demographic. The cool part is that they take content from their viewers called "pods". Anyone can submit to the channel and become a director. It's and interesting merge of TV, Internet and search technology.

Tune in at 366 on DirecTV, 103 on Time Warner in NYC, 125 on Comcast in SF.

For those of you who read my post about Googlezon and EPIC you may be intereted in knowing that things seem to be right on course for 2014.

Posted August 22, 2005 9:36 PM
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Or at least the world of online map services. I feel bad for the nice folks at Mapquest. If you haven't seen the new application (toy) Google Earth you need to. It being billed as the 3D Interface to the Planet.

It may be tough to get a copy last I heard (07/01/05 8AM)Google was forced to close the site because the download traffic was much heavier than expected. I've included a couple shots here:


Our offices in Boulder (the red truck on the south side of the building is mine)


Manhattan view with the 3D modeling feature turned on.


Posted July 1, 2005 12:56 PM
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