Wednesday, July 27, 2005

Make the invisible net more visible.

Links for this post:
1. Invisible Web:
2. Internet2:
3. Opticom:
4. Networks:

In a way the existing web and well known sites have a monopoly power (at least in the form of pagerank) over new and less known sites. There is also a cultural gap, since the dominating language is English. A lot of clever people is probably (surely) afraid of writing in English, too. Most of the Search Engines "talk" English.

The next generation:
The term Internet, refers to a network of computers most of us uses, but there is another network of computers, Internet2 that was created nearly a decade ago. Internet2 is limited to a selected few and is much faster and moves data 100 to 1000 times faster than the ordinary Internet and it is claimed that a DVD-quality copy of the popular movie, The Matrix was downloaded in 30 seconds.

The Norwegian company, Opticom, works with a physical compressing technique that is so compact that what is stored on todays internet can be stored on a card at the same size as your bankcard. This together with new superfast connections opens many possiblilties. One is to split the existing Internet in two (n) parts.
- One mature part of mature sites.
- One new part of new sites.
These two parts exist side by side and you can choose three options:
- Log into the union of the two parts.
- Log into the mature part.
- Log into the new part.
In this way new sites will be more visible.

Additional information:
You find additional and related information on the "Networks" page of mentioned in point 4. in the introduction.

Comments to this post:
Because of bad experience, comments to this post will not be allowed at present, since we do not posess the resources to moderate or edit this blog.

Kjell Gunnar Bleivik

Saturday, July 16, 2005

The future of digital marketing.

Pay per click, aDWords, aDSense, aD via Rss syndication seamless integrated to fit content, is well known. Themepacks sent via MSN Messenger is the latest evolution in online marketing. You chat with your friend and suddenly an animated aD flys over the screen.

Opera have already integrated aD into their free browser. In the future, there may be a lot of different aD channels powered by the information super highway, the internet.

"Led by more than 200 U.S. universities, working with industry
and government, Internet2 develops and deploys advanced
network applications and technologies for research and higher
education, accelerating the creation of tomorrow's Internet."

A new superfast internet with a lot of communication channels. Where there is communication, there is potential for various forms of aD.

In the end it is about digital logistics and networks. Creativity, ingenuity and innovation has no borders. The sky is the limit and solutions beyond your wildest imagination will be implemented as a result of fierce global competition. Digital branding and digital marketing is natural elements in the silent digital revolution.

The next natural evolution from aD words, are aD voice and aD movies (movie clips). You may get the usual aD words, but supplemented with a hyperlink to other media.

You find more information on digital branding on this link

under the heading "What makes a logo powerful?"

You may also visit the network page

and marketing page

of MultiFinanceIT. The menu "Links" contains additional links.

It is too early to know the future.

Kjell Bleivik

Saturday, July 09, 2005

DDos attacks on MultiFiansIT.

My Norwegian homepage MultiFinansIT
hosted by Hostean: cannot be shown from my computer. Hostean said they had some DDos attacks last week.

I use as an internet provider. Other persons using the same provider experienced the same problems last week. But now they can load the site, but I cannot.

1. Is my PC (IP) the target?
2. Is it a spoofing attack e.g. in the form of a man in the middle attack. ?

I will not allow comments on this post. You may email me if you have constructive comments / proposals.

Friday, July 08, 2005

MultiFinanceIT gets a related blog, BlogNorway

MultiFinanceIT, the international part of MultiFinansIT has now got a related Blog, BlogNorway hosted by Blogger.

Internet sites: and