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Are 520,000 Unique Visitors A Problem?

Is there an award for the worst case of missed opportunity? Owners of utube.com, a company selling tube and rollform equiptment, filed suit against YouTube, the company that doesn’t sell tube and rollform equiptment. The problem? Too many people are typing in utube, instead of YouTube, thus driving a veritable avalanche of traffic to utube.com. The simple, and quite lucrative, …

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Procrastination: Does It Affect You?

Do you procrastinate? I do, usually on Fridays. It’s not an entirely bad thing. For example, there is the type of procrastination that puts off the the dull little things, like accounting, because your mind is occupied by much bigger, more interesting problems. Like strategy. Some also forget to comb their hair. Or get dressed. Not so disadvantageous at home, …

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Pay Pal Blasted

This is strange and disturbing. Pay Pal offices in San Jose have been the target of an explosion. Thankfully, no one appears to have been injured, however police have been reported as saying the blast was deliberate and no accident. “It’s definitely not an accident,” San Jose police Sgt. Nick Muyo said. “Everything else there is accounted for. This was …

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Google Buys Jotspot

What is Jotspot? Jotspot is a wiki and offers enterprise social software. Jotpsot is targeted at small and medium-sized businesses. The company was founded by the co-founders of Excite. Now they are part of Google: “It was pretty apparent that Google shared our vision for how groups of people can create, manage and share information online. Then when we had …

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Searching For Evil-Do-ers

If you’re using Google, someone might think you are evil. This article suggests that Google: “….has quietly provided assistance to several U.S. intelligence agencies, such as the Central Intelligence Agency and Defense Intelligence Agency, as the U.S. prosecutes its war on terrorism. In addition, Google may be providing assistance to the National Security Agency.“ I have no idea if that …

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