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<pubDate>25 Feb 2007 23:57:21 -0800</pubDate>
<title>Yellowpipe.com - Web Hosting with Everything</title>
<description>Web Site Hosting with Everything. Also Web site management + hosting, Marketing, SEO and free tools and tutorials</description>
<copyright>Yellowpipe Web Hosting</copyright>
<category domain="http://www.yellowpipe.com/hosting/">Internet, Web Hosting, Free Resources</category>
<title>Yahoo! and the future of the Internet</title>
<description><P><STRONG>Google's statement on Microsoft's bid for Yahoo</STRONG></P>
<P>The openness of the Internet is what made Google -- and Yahoo! -- possible. A good idea that users find useful spreads quickly. Businesses can be created around the idea. Users benefit from constant innovation. It's what makes the Internet such an exciting place.<BR><BR>So Microsoft's hostile bid for Yahoo! raises troubling questions. This is about more than simply a financial transaction, one company taking over another. It's about preserving the underlying principles of the Internet: openness and innovation.<BR><BR>Could Microsoft now attempt to exert the same sort of inappropriate and illegal influence over the Internet that it did with the PC? While the Internet rewards competitive innovation, Microsoft has frequently sought to establish proprietary monopolies -- and then leverage its dominance into new, adjacent markets.<BR><BR>Could the acquisition of Yahoo! allow Microsoft -- despite its legacy of serious legal and regulatory offenses -- to extend unfair practices from browsers and operating systems to the Internet? In addition, Microsoft plus Yahoo! equals an overwhelming share of instant messaging and web email accounts. And between them, the two companies operate the two most heavily trafficked portals on the Internet. Could a combination of the two take advantage of a PC software monopoly to unfairly limit the ability of consumers to freely access competitors' email, IM, and web-based services? Policymakers around the world need to ask these questions -- and consumers deserve satisfying answers.<BR><BR>This hostile bid was announced on Friday, so there is plenty of time for these questions to be thoroughly addressed. We take Internet openness, choice and innovation seriously. They are the core of our culture. We believe that the interests of Internet users come first -- and should come first -- as the merits of this proposed acquisition are examined and alternatives explored.</P><PRE wrap="">Posted on the Official Google Blog on 3 February 2008
<A class=moz-txt-link-freetext href="http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2008/02/yahoo-and-future-of-internet.html">http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2008/02/yahoo-and-future-of-internet.html</A></PRE></description>
<pubDate>27 Apr 2008 17:40:28 -0800</pubDate>
<title>Why AOL, Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo are to blame for spam</title>
<description>&quot;More than five years after the major e-mail tech providers said that they&rsquo;d find a way to curb the spam problem, and the situation is worse than ever&quot;.</p>
<p>An interesting article by David Berlind from ZDNet<br>
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<p>&#9658; <strong>Read more: <a href="http://blogs.zdnet.com/Berlind/?p=817" target="_blank">David Berlind's article </a>on ZDNet</strong></p></description>
<pubDate>31 Oct 2007 15:02:31 -0800</pubDate>
<title>Is Adsense Dead?</title>
<description>It's been a long time debate now whether Adsense, the ad serving system from Google is still relevant and profitable.
<p>Some recent changes within the Google Adsense program has worried a lot of webmasters, website owners and marketers. Many of them have seen their Adsense revenue dropped to very low levels. <br>
Part of these changes are due to the fact that Google took legitimate steps to remove spamming website or those abusing the Adsense system, which is a good thing for all of us.
But some marketing exprerts say there is more to it. Read the complete report The Death of Adsense:<br>
<A href="http://www.thedeathofadsense.com/cgi-bin/go.cgi/40050/"><img src="http://www.thedeathofadsense.com/images/b1.jpg" border=0></a></p>
<p>&#9658; <strong>Read more and find out by yourself: <a href="http://www.google.com/services/adsense_tour/index.html">Take the Adsense Tour</a>. </strong></p></description>
<pubDate>25 Oct 2007 23:59:26 -0800</pubDate>
<title>Digital Freedom in Danger</title>
<description>Digital technologies allow everyone the freedom to be artists, innovators, producers and creators, and to listen, watch, and participate wherever, whenever and however they choose. That freedom is in danger today and must be protected.
Digital technologies allow everyone the freedom to be artists, innovators, producers and creators; to listen, watch and participate wherever, whenever and however they choose. But that freedom is in jeopardy today. The big labels and studios have launched an assault on your technology freedom, because they fear their antiquated business models are being threatened. Theyre lobbying for government controls over new technology and filing lawsuits to do the same.
Their goal is to outlaw new digital technology and devices that allow individuals to enjoy digital music and videos at a convenient time and place. They want to severely limit&#151; if not eliminate altogether&#151; the technology-provided freedom to innovate, create, listen and see.
The Digital Freedom Campaign recognizes that new technologies are essential to the creativity and innovation that have allowed this nation to thrive. Allowing these new technologies the freedom to flourish is at the heart The Digital Freedom Campaign. Digital technology enables would-be artists and hopeful innovators to produce music, create cutting edge films and videos that reach new audiences. It allows consumers to enjoy these legally acquired works whenever, wherever and however they choose. These basic freedom must be protected. The Digital Freedom Campaign is dedicated to defending the rights of artists, innovators, creators and consumers to use technology without fear of unreasonable government restrictions or costly lawsuits.
These rights are under attack by the big recording labels and studios, who would ultimately deprive individuals of the right to communicate using digital technology. Recently, legislative proposals and lawsuits have been filed that would prohibit certain new technologies deemed threatening to the big labels and studios. These proposals often come in the guise of restrictions or bans on Tivo-like devices for radio, that would allow the recording of satellite radio broadcasts for personal use.
This fight is not just about satellite radio, anymore than it was just about video cassette recorders, which the studios attempted to ban twenty year ago. Its about the studios blocking any new technology they view as a threat to their business. Their fear is a threat to our freedom.</description>
<pubDate>13 Nov 2006 23:57:21 -0800</pubDate>
<category>Internet, Net Neutrality, Google</category>
<description>The Internet as we know it is facing a serious threat. There's a debate heating up in Washington, DC on something called "net neutrality" and it's a debate that's so important Google is asking you to get involved. We're asking you to take action to protect Internet freedom. - Excerpts from a letter by Google CEO, Eric Schmidt.</description>
<pubDate>11 Jun 2006 08:23:51 -0800</pubDate>
<category>Internet, Net Neutrality, Google</category>
<title>Google New Feature Testing</title>
<description>Google is testing a new search feature within its search results. It's an expandable content that can display more information about a site including an image and a short text based on the content of the site, Related links, and "Inside this site" links. There is also a search "Search this site" feature. The feature is apparently in testing phase as it appears only randomly.</description>
<pubDate>17 Apr 2006 23:57:49 -0800</pubDate>
<category>Internet, Search Engine, Google</category>
<title>New Firefox Extensions</title>
<description>RightLynx, a context menu version of our popular Lynx Viewer and Window Resizer, that allows you to resize any browser window to the major screen resolutions.</description>
<pubDate>16 Feb 2006 23:57:49 -0800</pubDate>
<category>Internet, Firefox Extension</category>
<title>Verify Email Address</title>
<description>New Free Tool to verify any email address you want, It verifies everything. It's a free tool, very convenient to clean out a mailing list.</description>
<pubDate>11 Nov 2005 18:23:45 -0800</pubDate>
<category>Internet, Email Verifcation</category>
<description>Serious hosting. Choose from three hosting account plan, the first one starts now at only $10.00/mo with Control Panel, unlimited mailboxes and 1GB Disk Storage . Check them out!</description>
<pubDate>11 Sep 2005 11:08:01 -0800</pubDate>
<category>Internet, Web Hosting</category>
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