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79 percent of small businesses shop online regularly, compared to 65 percent of online consumers, according to JupiterResearch.
How will Rocketboom’s Andrew Baron replace his vamoosing attractive, smart, witty, and charming anchor Amanda Congdon? The space in front of the upside down map of the world will be filled by an attractive, smart, witty, and charming anchorwoman with a British accent. So, ha!
Search engine optimization hall-of-famer Aaron Wall has developed an intensive SEO extension for Mozilla’s Firefox browser. The tool pulls data from a number of sources to offer search engine marketers “a more holistic view of the competitive landscape.”
There aren’t many people in the world that that headline could be written about. But, nice to see Warren Buffett and Bill and Melinda Gates joining forces to change the world.
I don’t agree with his position, but Steve Forbes makes some good points against Network Neutrality on PodTech.net today. Catherine Girardeau (who’ll be my coworker at PodTech starting on July 6) did an awesome job interviewing Steve.
Intel was at VloggerCon and interviewed a bunch of people, including yours truly. You’ll get a hint of some of what I’m thinking about. How do I get the video from my HD camcorder to your computer without going broke?
Sick of hearing about this yet??? Too bad… there’s so much to talk about I can’t seem to give it a rest ;0) Wired Magazine’s coverage from Where 2.0 is, to say the least, interesting, and informative… case in point, this article titled “Where 2.0 Gives the World Meaning”.
Alaa Abd El-Fatah is a peaceful proponent of democracy who was jailed during a nonviolent protest – his supporters in Egypt want you to know this. They want anyone who googles “Egypt” to know this, as a matter of fact. A Googlebomb campaign has begun to link that word to a “Free Alaa” blog.
It is widely known that Google’s Chinese search service is censored by the requirements of the Chinese government, blocking out results for phrases like “democracy” and “Tiananmen.” After an informal investigation of search results on Google.cn, a blogger has compiled a list of other blocked results, which reveals some curious terms.
Imagine this. You have an appointment with a client to work on a server or router install.
Global Kids, Inc., a New York City based non-profit organization focused on urban youth, is actually looking for someone with experience in working as Second Life Special Trainer.