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Recently I asked if your business was ready for sudden attention. I wanted to follow up on that post with some thoughts about what you should do when you get a new influx of traffic. It’s not enough to do business as usual is you want to retain your new visitors. You need to improve to meet the new challenge.
Google founder Eric Schmidt has given a donation to Virginia Tech’s School of Engineering in the sum of $2 million dollars. Schmidt grew up in Blacksburg and was the son of a Virginia Tech economics professor. He was also a neighbor to Paul Torgersen a former Dean of Tech’s College of Engineering and president from 1993 to 2000.
Yahoo has plans to add an instant messaging service to their Yahoo Mail. It will be following the model of Google’s Gmail which added IM several months a go. Yahoo Mail has an estimated 250 million users and is currently more widely used then Gmail.
Two things strike me about the deal between Microsoft and Universal Music, which will see the record company get a cut of every Zune player the software giant (theoretically) sells. The first is that such an arrangement is an obvious sign that Microsoft is desperate, and the second is that it’s an obvious sign that the major record labels are not just desperate but creatively bankrupt.
WEB 2.0: Google CEO: Take your data and run – Network World One of the things that all internet companies need to do a better job on is in ensuring that our users have portability of data. So it was refreshing to read this morning that Google’s CEO, Eric Schmidt, was talking up user portability today.
Just because Google’s initial effort to bring its bidding platform to print ads failed, doesn’t mean the company is giving up.
I’m about half way through “Word of Mouth Marketing: How Smart Companies Get People Talking,” by Andy Sernovitz. I’m not ready to post a review just yet, look to Chris Thilk for that.
Google has a new blog for the Google Custom Search Engine program. Always good to have more Google blogs. Get the feed.
Among the differences between version 1.1 and 2.0 of .NET Framework is the many new controls.
ASP.NET 2.0 introduced the CompilationMode attribute to let the developers decide how to compile individual pages, user controls and master pages.
With Microsoft agreeing not to sue Novell SLES Support Subscription customers for patent infringement issues, maybe it’s time to reconsider the value of OSS indemnification?
Adobe Announces Availability of Acrobat 8 Software to Rave Reviews from Customers! It’s a great new release (we’ve been using it internally for a while and I am very impressed with this new version).
Joe Kraus of JotSpot announces on the official Google blog that Google has acquired them.
The GridView control (as well as the DataGrid) has a way of defining the style of every other row of the grid.
I’ve done a lot of web services during the last couple of years and I simply love Service Oriented Architecture using SOAP.