Pilgrim’s Picks for April 21

Good Monday morning! I hope you had a good weekend. Mine consisted of pressure-washing, cleaning windows, and putting together new outdoor furniture. Sounds like hard work–it was–but now I’m ready for Spring! :-)

Now that we’re all stuck back inside, let’s take a look at today’s Picks:

  • http://www.whatimnot.com Piper

    Great blog recommendation (Frank Thinking). I just wish there was a little more content in the archives. I liked the Yellow Pages piece.

  • http://widestep.com Keylogger Guy

    Chinternet, that’s how i suggest it will be called. Cheap services, low prices and hieroglyphs everywhere. Joke, just a joke :)

  • http://www.seoresults.co.za Web Marketing Man

    The chineses stats are quite scary. No wonder Google is trying to grow their marketshare vs Baidu. 17% giving us 220million users equates to roughly 1billion users when US levels are reached…phew, that is some seriously big numbers!

    Am heading over to Frank Reed’s blog now, will tell him you sent me! Have an awesome evening, folks!

  • http://www.greatpriceshere.com Nicole

    India, another country to watch, has 42 million internet users which is only 3.7% of their population. The usage is growing exponentially every year!

    Nicole’s last blog post..Need a New Computer?

  • http://www.verobeachbusinessdirectory.com Bret Hoskins

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but doesn’t China censor much of what its users can view on TV, the internet, radio, etc.?

    That’s not to say that there aren’t people who see an uncensored online world, but how much fun can those 220 million Chinese be having if they can’t gamble, view p*rn, read the (uncensored news) et al?