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The recent announcement that .mobi domain names had been released for general sale caused very little stirring on the Internet.
With bated breath, we waited two full months for Pew Internet’s latest insight into the online community. Finally, Pew slapped the Web with a 115-page glimpse into the future confirming what Hollywood’s been telling us for the past 20 years: we’re all screwed.
Bad is the new good. That seems to be the consensus of a handful of media executives trying to wrap their minds around this Web video thing. Where’s the control? How do we monetize it? When did low quality become high quality? How do you connect cheese to a carburetor?
Veoh CEO Dmitry Shapiro seems as philosophical as his title is poetic. Speaking at the Video on the Net Conference in Boston, an extension of VON, Shapiro begins with the printing press and ends with “democratized Internet television.” In due course of course, this changes everything.
The IE team has put together a great quick reference “cheat sheet” for Internet Explorer 7. It has all the keyboard shortcuts, including those for the new features. Some good ones:
Microsoft swaggered out of Redmond today with steely eyes and leathery skin, heeled with a pair of six shooters aimed at cybersquatters – four of them Microsoft knows by name, and 217 of them it doesn’t. In the saddlebag, software for anybody else with the guts to chase these dogs down.
When it comes to communicating online, there is a definite unique technique that surpasses them all, catering specifically to Internet Culture – the one social element that connects us all, no matter where we’re from, as long as we’re hooked up to the world wide web.
It’s interesting that, just before I get ready to discuss online reputation monitoring at SES San Jose, Reuters is facing a blog storm.
Though articles have held the traditional place among internet marketers for building credibility, site content, and creating a place in which to insert search engine optimization keywords, blogs are quickly catching up in usage. But are they all they’re cracked up to be? Which technique is better for your internet marketing: blogs or articles?