(Thursday, May 15, 2008)
Video search has a long way to go before the technology actually works. But another questions is sitting in the background: even if the tech gets sorted out, will consumers use a search box they way they now use a remote? I've posted some thoughts on Search Engine Land - check it out.
Could there be anything specific to the online video experience that differentiates it from other forms of web content? Certainly, we see variations in conventional media. People consume print media very differently from television, and that difference might have an analog in the online space.Check it out:
Searching For "Kitten Videos?" Me Neither