All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Craigslist’
Craigslist received a boost in court last week from its giant Internet friends. Google, Amazon, AOL, and Yahoo! filed an “amicus brief” on behalf of the online listings site, which has been wrangling with discrimination lawsuit that, if successful, could have huge implications for Web site operators and their relationships with third party content providers.
Google wants to drag the clock builders and chocolate makers out of their Old Europe brick-and-mortar mindset into the gleaming silicon-driven online marketplace, preferably with a Google Base account at the foundation of those efforts; we suggest a partnership that could help make this happen.
As we know, the paid search auction has been the great shining tangible example of how inefficient markets can be quickly rationalized through an online auction scenario.
Attention college students: are you tired of the never-ending hunt for potential careers and other classified-related searches? Do you need a tool that can make these tasks easier to accomplish? If so, Oodle may just be the site you are looking for.
This story about how a woman used her camera phone to photograph a subway sex offender and post it on Yahoo!’s photoblogging service Flickr, which led police to identifying him is gross. We’ll let you make your own jokes as every sentence you come across is (accidentally) ripe with innuendo. Hope you enjoy yourself.
The online community known as craigslist is a San Francisco based site built in local classifieds and community forms. They’ve put together a page to help Katrina survivors put things together.
BusinessWeek reports on eBays sneaky entry into the free classifieds and community market that CraigsList dominates.