The Boston Globe has a quick observation – Google could be larger than Microsoft by 2010.
Meanwhile, SEO Black Hat looks at whether Google could up like Atari. Post is worth reading just for the last image…”moohoowahaaa”.
TechCrunch believes Digg is close to closing around $5m in second round financing soon, as the company has failed to find a buyer willing to pay their asking price.
…Digg has been in recent acquisition discussions with a number of companies, including News Corp., according to multiple sources close to the negotiations. However, the company was unable to land an offer in the price range theyâ€™re looking for – at least $150 million – and will likely close a Series B round of financing instead.
If they get $150m, that would be a nice increase on the $30m Yahoo was rumored to be offering back in January.
There’s a reason I didn’t blog the Washington Post article on click fraud, this past Sunday. There wasn’t really anything new in the piece and it just felt like another opportunity to keep the “the search engine sky is falling” flame fanned.
Anyway, it did occur to me that you – my dear, beloved reader – may not have seen it, so I’m posting it just in case you missed Business Week’s take last month.
Mark your calendar for November 22nd – which will likely be the date of the next big “expose”.
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