Microsoft and Video Search

July 22, 2009 received kudos for showing frames of videos on a search results page. Google does not provide this feature. For a short time, I thought Microsoft was gearing up to deal with Google on a service-by-service basis. I was wrong. I learned from Cnet’s “Microsoft Closing YouTube Rival” that Soapbox would be reinvented in nano scale. What about video search at Microsoft? I am confident that it will be positioned at the cat’s pajamas. Oh, cats don’t wear pajamas. may be a money loser and controversial, but the Google has oodles of patent applications for monetizing video. If the Googlers crack the code, Microsoft may be forced to play catch up. Traffic is the issue. Monetizing is an interesting problem but one which may have a solution. Just my opinion.

Stephen Arnold, July 22, 2009


2 Responses to “Microsoft and Video Search”

  1. obad58 on July 24th, 2009 1:30 pm

    I like wild life and wild sex

  2. Stephen E. Arnold on July 24th, 2009 8:47 pm


    You are more frisky than I. I am delighted you have found your future in wild life and sex. Congratulations.

    Stephen Arnold, July 24, 2009

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