I don’t understand why these people are making this move. On the surface, it looks all “warm and fuzzy” but they’re still getting millions in stock compensation, so why bother?
One last funny video before the weekend…
Be careful, Google-brother is watching!
The San Francisco Chronicle reports the Justice Department is meeting with internet companies such as Google, AOL, Microsoft and Verizon and asking them to keep up to two years of your personal data.
“…the department is interested in records that would allow them to identify which individuals visited certain Web sites and possibly conducted searches using certain terms…It also wants the Internet companies to retain records about whom their users exchange e-mail with, but not the contents of e-mail messages, the executives said.”
Official reasons for the request include child pornography and terrorism investigations, but the door is open for the data to be used for any criminal investigation.
If there is a common list of people to interview for a podcast, the whole world must just be getting to my name.
Be sure to listen-in, as it’s the first time I’ve opened-up about what happened when I left MarketSmart Interactive (WebSourced/KeywordRanking) and why I left behind Search Engine Lowdown.
News from Trellian, they’ve made some upgrades to Keyword Discovery.
New Search & Replace Feature:
A new Search & Replace feature now enables you manipulate keyword results.
New Domain Research Feature:
Keyword Discovery now provides a new service for domain name research. All keyword discovery keyword data can now be converted to domain name format and cross-referenced against a DNS .com and .net registry database of to check for availability.
The Translation feature can instantly translate search results or project lists to and from various languages including, English, Dutch, French, German, Italian and Spanish.
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