Daily Archives: October 12, 2006

Prediction: Google will buy Facebook for about 1.1 billion

Irrational exuberance in the dot com shopping aisles? No, it’s a chess game and Google’s winning….again. I’m really starting to understand what seems like irrational exuberance on the part of Google and the major players. A Google aquisition of Facebook … Continue reading

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Zenrob: Can Youtube win 11 Superbowls?

I’m mangling his point a bit in that title, but Zenrob  has a great new post that does some math to ponder Robert Scoble’s question to me today: “Tell me, is the $3 million for a minute of Superbowl ad … Continue reading

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Facebook worth more than YouTube? Don says “yes”

Don Dodge over at Microsoft has a great little thumbnail analysis of the business prospects of YouTube and Facebook, and concludes both are way overpriced at current valuations and Facebook is more valuable at 700 million. He cites Scoble’s latest … Continue reading

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