Monthly Archives: April 2006

Yahoo! It’s time to buy YHOO.


I've been waiting for a "sign" to buy Yahoo (well, some SHARES of Yahoo ) which seems due for a huge surge when their publisher network revenues kick in later this year. Yahoo has more traffic than Google but you … Continue reading

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Deal or No Deal TV show reporting odds …. correctly


UPDATE: Ann's clever simulations indicate the odds are as stated on the show. The TV Show "Deal or No Deal" appears to be a complex variation on the Monty Hall problem, but it's NOT.  I'm deleting my earlier *failed logic* … Continue reading

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Jeremy’s paying attention to our lack of concentration


Jeremy Zawodny is having trouble concentrating.   I think he's speaking for a large and increasing number of people who suffer from the simply overwhelming and seemingly infinite amounts of information now available. The barriers to massive amounts of information … Continue reading

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WebmasterWorld Boston Site Reviews, part Deux


More site reviews from WMW Boston, continued from HERE 6. eomega.com  27 years teaching Tai Chi and other personal enrichment technniques. Want to rank better for terms like Tai Chi since they are a key resource. Tim: Not clear from … Continue reading

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WebmasterWorld Boston pictures and blog posts


HERE are a few more WebmasterWorld Boston pictures.   Garrett at Search Engine Journal has a great set of links to posts about the conference as does Lee Odden. I think a much better picture set is going to get posted … Continue reading

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Matt’s mom’s blog


When Matt Cutts mentioned that his Mom had been blogging longer than he has it set off a flurry of "Find Matt's Mom's blog" activity. She actually has three blogs! Betty is a great lady who is using the blogs … Continue reading

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Google and Yahoo review websites at WebmasterWorld Boston


The best session at WebmasterWorld Boston had site reviews of nine websites by Matt Cutts of Google, Tim Mayer of Yahoo, and SEOs Thomas Bindl and Bruce Clay. Jake Baille did a fine job moderating, keeping the reviews fast. Here's … Continue reading

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