Basically Web pages will no longer be just pages, or posts. They’ll all be split up into little objects, stored in a database (a massive, scalable one at that) and then your words can be displayed in different ways. Imagine a really awesome search engine that could bring back much much more granular stuff than Google can today. Or, heck, imagine you could view my blog by posts with most inbound links.
This is in reference to Radar Networks, which is apparently in stealth mode (yawn). Here's the thing though: unless I misunderstand the above, I see two problems:
- All kinds of possible copyright questions, depending on what (and how much) gets cached
- The "meta-search" objection that Jason Calacanis brings up
I'd be curious to know how those things will get resolved, or why they aren't actually problems.
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