Pilgrim’s Picks for November 19 – Reversed Edition
Don’t panic, there will be normal news coverage from us today. I just had so many "Pilgrim’s Picks" candidates today that they were cluttering up my Firefox tabs. So, I’m publishing today’s picks first–yeah, I like to live on the edge.
- The Australian Federal Court has decided on June 23rd for the hearing between Google and ACCC.
- I made sure Mrs Beal attended Avinash Kaushik’s "Blog Metrics" presentation at Blogworld–he’s just that good! She took lots of notes, but you don’t have to pester her for them, Avinash has posted them on his superb blog.
- Yahoo has given a number of its European divisions until Q1 2008 to
make something of their livesimprove their revenue, or be sold off or shut down.
- It’s been more than a year since we introduced you to Polldaddy’s excellent flash poll widgets. Now R/WW has details of some upgrades to the service, including new surveys.
- If you’ve not yet heard about Amazon’s new Kindle book reader-thingy, where have you been this weekend? Oh wait, you have a life outside of the "internets?" Well, Mathew Ingram is pretty shocked–us too–that you’ll have to pay to download RSS feeds from blogs–say what now?
- Are you going to be in New York the first week of December? Then Jordan Glogau will host a class on SEO. Knowing Jordan, I’m sure it will be very thorough.