Archive for April 2008
The best brands today have street cred -- some kind of soul rooted in something real and authentic.
Yahoo will begin displaying Google ads on a handful of search results for a two-week period. A small market test may not be serious business, but in this case it's tantamount to mooning Microsoft's headquarters from across Bellevue-Redmond Road.
For more than a decade, Web site operators have enjoyed a broad legal shield against lawsuits filed over material posted by their users, which has let user-driven sites like YouTube and MySpace.com flourish.
I want to be very clear about this upfront: While I appreciate the problems of the ISPs and know what it is like to have service slow to a crawl due to teens overloading the network with downloads, net neutrality is nothing less than a freedom of speech/freedom of the press issue.
Online Is Not Just a Sales Channel, and Technology Will Only Increase Engagement With Consumers
Ignore the Role of the Consumer in Corporate Governance at Your Own Risk
It’s fitting that Matt Spiegel, who took on the role of CEO of Omnicom Media Group Digital last week, has been focused on search and analytics for the last few years as head of Resolution Media.
We often think of the Internet as a platform for unfettered global communication, where information flows freely, innovators can launch new applications at will, and everyone can have a voice. But it’s unlikely that our children’s Internet will look anything like what we have now.
Microsoft wants to force Yahoo into a happy marriage?
Damian Kulash, lead singer of OK Go, discusses net neutrality, an issue that can lead into realms where only tech geeks and policy wonks dare to tread. At root, however, there’s a pretty simple question: How much control should network operators be allowed to have over the information on their lines?