2007 at 10:04am | by Dave
At least Google is doing more than laying the smack-down on “innocent” bloggers. Slashdot reports that they’ve recently removed over 40,000 malware sites that had gamed the system to achieve top results for thousands of random terms. I wonder how much money these black-hatters made before Google found out about the problem. Fortunately for […]
So, the results are in, and as I predicted (though I think Jay had a sneaking suspicion that this would happen): Jamie beat out Charles Trippy. Viral Video Fever made $39,000 in the first week, while Jamie’s book made $79,000. Technically, that means that I was right in my predictions… but let’s cut through the […]
I have to say, Dave’s take on Google’s recent actions was quite interesting…
The only thing I can really say about it this is: what about it really surprises anyone? Name one country or big corporation who hasn’t gotten a taste of real power and not changed because of it.
That being said, I’m not totally convinced […]
2007 at 10:52am | by Dave
It looks like Google is all but declaring open war on the Blogosphere, attacking alternative sources of monetization that don’t line up with their idea of how the Internet landscape should run. The latest victim is paid postings. PPP CEO Ted Murphy has announced that the big G has started reducing the PR of blogs […]
Jay and I haven’t been following NIM, but we did watch the last episode that covered the two JV’s that the two finalists are putting together with Joel and his Team, and we thought it’d be fun to make some predictions.
Honestly, I’m not sure if it’s because I’m getting a bit too old or something, […]