Re[2]: The next Internet giant: linking open data, providing open access to repositories

I think people wouldn't pay any fees to search the web. The FREEdom of
the Internet is why it is so powerful. Also, while I agree with most
other Milton's statements, this new Internet giant might still be
Google, since they are already going to this direction in many ways.
Thanks for the insightful post!

Kindest regards,

Monday, December 8, 2008, 12:14:05 AM, you wrote:

> Sw-MetaPortal-ProjectParadigm wrote:
>> The next Internet giant company will be linking open data and 
>> providing open access to repositories, in the process seamlessly 
>> combining both paid for subscriptions, Creative Commons or similar 
>> license based or open source software schemes.
>> Revenues will be generated among other things from online advertising 
>> streams currently not utilized by Google or Yahoo!
>> In the big scheme of things this company will redefine the concept of 
>> internet search to provide access to deep(er) web levels of data and 
>> information for which users will be willing to pay an annual flat fee 
>> subscription.
>> Sound improbable? Non-profit organizations dedicated to providing 
>> global open access will soon start exploring just such business 
>> schemes to determine if it is feasible to fund and maintain the server 
>> farms, hard and software to do just that.
> Milton,

> Not improbable, that's what coming :-)

> The only tweak of you statement would be this: there will be a 
> federation of linked data spaces rather than a single behemoth :-)

> Kingsley
>> Milton Ponson
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