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  • adjective Without a platform or platforms.

Etymologies

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platform +‎ -less

Examples

  • Meanwhile (5.30) the platformless station is full of men, who have just dumped themselves and their kits down where they stood.

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  • Google's long-term strategy, then, is a platformless platform: something that can run most anywhere, run most of what people are going to need in a given day (i.e., the Web), and expand outwards from that to create something that might even rival their existing galaxy of services.

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  • Google's long-term strategy, then, is a platformless platform: something that can run most anywhere, run most of what people are going to need in a given day (i.e., the Web), and expand outwards from that to create something that might even rival their existing galaxy of services.

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  • Google's long-term strategy, then, is a platformless platform: something that can run most anywhere, run most of what people are going to need in a given day (i.e., the Web), and expand outwards from that to create something that might even rival their existing galaxy of services.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • Google's long-term strategy, then, is a platformless platform: something that can run most anywhere, run most of what people are going to need in a given day (i.e., the Web), and expand outwards from that to create something that might even rival their existing galaxy of services.

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  • THIS IS NOT A GAME ALTERNATE REALITY GAMES platformless narrative storytelling as archaeology RACCONTARE SCOPRIRE hive mind collaborative storytelling real life as the medium CONDIVIDERE not a hoax © LOG607 2009 | All Rights Reserved venerdì 17 luglio 2009

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  • Google's long-term strategy, then, is a platformless platform: something that can run most anywhere, run most of what people are going to need in a given day (i.e., the Web), and expand outwards from that to create something that might even rival their existing galaxy of services.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • Google's long-term strategy, then, is a platformless platform: something that can run most anywhere, run most of what people are going to need in a given day (i.e., the Web), and expand outwards from that to create something that might even rival their existing galaxy of services.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • Google's long-term strategy, then, is a platformless platform: something that can run most anywhere, run most of what people are going to need in a given day (i.e., the Web), and expand outwards from that to create something that might even rival their existing galaxy of services.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • Google's long-term strategy, then, is a platformless platform: something that can run most anywhere, run most of what people are going to need in a given day (i.e., the Web), and expand outwards from that to create something that might even rival their existing galaxy of services.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

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