For years I have had no reason to ring Larry or Brin.
Today I did.
I thought I should start at the local AU level knowing that the matter would be passed upstream if it had legs. I rang the Google general number in Sydney. A nice young lady answered the phone.
I explained to her that I want to schedule a discussion with a senior Google person in relation to an advertising disruptive technology which had serious implications for the web and future advertising business models.
She gave me an email address and asked me to write an email.
I introduced myself, offered a brief bio on Tom Koltai and responded that I preferred to discuss it with someone via the telephone and that I would rather not put the details in an email as I had confidentiality concerns.
I was informed that wasn’t possible.
The idea? Well Let’s call it KOVTR Revs.
This blog article is a stub as a point of reference to record the fact that Google really are too big to be interested in new approaches and passed up on KOVTR REVS at 1:47 pm on the 18th of May, 2010.
Whis is a shame as the process has the potential to replace click-throughs within three to five years.