Daily Archives: January 28, 2008

Google’s reinclusion nightmare

John Honeck has an excellent piece about the challenges with Google’s site reinclusion process, a virtual nightmare of inconsistency and confusion.     I’ve seen the benefits and pitfalls of good and bad Google rankings and indexing at many sites, and “inconsistency” is the … Continue reading

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Chico the Snow Wonder Dog

TalentSnow2008 024Originally uploaded by JoeDuck We’re not quite sure what Chico the Wonder Dog was thinking, but he’s having fun in our huge Southern Oregon Snowstorm with snow deeper than I’ve seen in 20 years here – about 10 inches … Continue reading

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Current TV filing for $100,000,000 IPO. Initial PE ratio = infinity!

Today Current TV, with Al Gore a prominent investor, is filing for a big IPO.    But there is a problem.   They lost a lot of money “making” their 64 million in revenues last year.     Will they ever be profitable?  Global warming … Continue reading

Posted in blogging, CES, CES 2008, CES Parties, companies, Social Networks, technology, videos, Web 2.0, Youtube | Tagged , | 3 Comments

Yahoo carnage coming at conference call.

As a Yahoo enthusiast and shareholder it’s been hard to watch the company struggle so hard over the past few years only to lose ground to Google, especially because Yahoo’s social networking efforts and web 2.0 initiatives have in most … Continue reading

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