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Big shout out to the nice people at +Google News Lab who make this happen, may your reign into news be a long, happy and smooth one, in no order at all .. +Nicholas Whitaker +Vanessa Schneider +Daniel Sieberg +Steve Grove +Olivia Ma +Matt Cooke & +Richard Gingras .. there are many more of course .. Sub to https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/google-media-updates and follow https://twitter.com/googlenewslab if you are up to it .. what else? Google Earth Pro is free, see my resource page .. http://www.whatsinkenilworth.com/2015/02/the-google-earth-pro-resource-page-for.html .. My opinion, anyone can report on the news, so if you are an independent journo, a citizen journo or even a guy or a gal with eyes, ears and a camera – then get cracking .. note, want the proper + names, then look at my first post:https://plus.google.com/+MikeDownes/posts/M1hbhEnKD7d
You won't believe this new video from Google!
With this "news lab" Google's perspective will be the news of tomorrow.
Thank you for your work. You are indeed of the people doing important things today!
Is there a way we can share info from our weekly audio talk show programs with military support and veterans groups and active duty military plus video episodes through News Lab?
Mehhh.. Fudge google.
সত্যিই অসাধারণ !!
Google is a synonym for online searches, online advertisement, online entertainment and now journalism.
It was already being used, but with News Lab it seems Google is now seriously looking into monetizing this opportunity.
Guess what, quality journalism does cost real money,
Now I'll know if what I searched something that no one else has searched before.
So, Google is using Bing.