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As the year winds down, many of us have been highlighting the top trends for 2013. For some reason, while trends can be interesting at any time of year, when the end of the year is within hailing distance, we somehow ratchet up the trend analysis–that’s a trend you can count on every December. But one trend for 2013 seems to be hiding in plain sight. What is it? Well, first let me give you a few clues. And actually, “plain sight” is the first clue. Here are a few more…
Recently I complained that it’s harder than ever to get interested in new search engines. So, as my cosmic comeuppance, it seems like every day I am running across a new search engine, and many of them claim that their big innovation is that they’re visual. Maybe it’s just me, but I am not really looking for a visual search engine. I’m looking for the right answer. In truth, however, it could just be me, because I am one of the least visual people around.