Ten years ago I joined Blogger.
That doesn't make it my oldest blog, but it is a milestone for my affiliation with the Google empire.
There isn't one of the services shown in this image I haven't at least tried during the last decade. Many I still use on a daily basis.
Google has become the AOL of the 21st century and web 2.0. But to be fair, it's AOL done right, or at least better for productivity.
Someday soon I expect Blogger entries to automatically show up as posts to Google+. Eventually all of Google's widespread services will interconnect. I'll be able to link to videos at YouTube, pictures at Picassa, documents from Google Docs and you'll be able to find them all using blog search. While the current debate is centered around Google+ versus Facebook, the larger debate will be over a Google identity versus a Facebook profile and which will become a more ubiquitous passport to every website and service. And the biggest winners in that debate will be the advertisers.