Seecrets On Internet: An Ant Watching Giants Fight (Google Vs. Microsoft)

Written by Stan Seecrets

Seasoned investors are familiar with “The trend is your friend”. Knowingrepparttar current trend is vital to search engines consultants, website owners and investors, especially those with their 401K’s and life savings invested in these companies.

Since this author’s last article, some noted events have transpired which deserve further comments.

Industry watchers should be well-versed with IBM andrepparttar 141426 seven dwarfs (Sperry, Burroughs, GE, CDC, NCR, Honeywell and RCA). In much less than a lifetime, these seven computer challengers became mere footnotes.

Thenrepparttar 141427 mighty IBM had a few stumbles and finally surrenderedrepparttar 141428 mettle to a young upstart from Redmond.

Microsoft reigned supreme inrepparttar 141429 1990’s when it first introducedrepparttar 141430 Windows platform.

Are we to see to passing ofrepparttar 141431 mettle to Mountain View when Bill G. recently commented that those guys (Google) are operating from a higher I.Q. level. This admission from Redmond given its brainpower assets is surprising.

Besides, Microsoft’s Office and Internet Explorer will embrace open standards like XML. Perhaps, Redmond could reseizerepparttar 141432 initiative, by declaring their crown jewels as open-source instead of surrendering bit-by-bit and thus see their once-mighty empire wither away into insignificance.

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Written by Dan Brown

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