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Posts tagged with Murdoch

Google turns 10

This weekend, Google celebrated its 10th birthday.

In September 1998, armed with $100,000 in seed money, Stanford graduate students Sergey Brin and Larry Page began a journey that a decade later has seen the development of a $150bn company that employs more than 20,000 people.

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The first half of 2008: the internet economy in review

With the first half of 2008 solidly behind us, I thought it'd be worthwhile to look back at some of the general trends established in the internet economy. After all, it's hard to know where you're going if you don't know where you've been.

What follows are the most important trends I saw in the first half of the year.

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The Web Week in Review

It was a slow news week in the world of technology as far as I was concerned, but there were still a few stories that caught my eye.

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The Web Week in Review

This week's news was quite a hodgepodge so without delay, let's end the week with a diverse version of Drama 2.0's The Web Week in Review.

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The Web Week in Review

Given my posts on Viacom's $1bn Google/YouTube lawsuit, it's no surprise that I was in a legal state of mind this week and that the news that caught my attention typically had some legal aspect to it.

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The Web Week in Review

From a court ruling in the Viacom/YouTube lawsuit to reports that Microsoft is still eyeing Yahoo, Drama 2.0 found no shortage of drama in the news to attract his interest this week.

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Site review: Sky News beta

Sky News is in the process of updating its website. It currently has a new beta site running alongside the old one.

Sky News beta site

It has a bigger, bolder look, but is it an improvement on the old version? 

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Are virtual goods the solution to the social network monetization conundrum?

The troubles popular social networks have experienced in monetizing their vast audiences are well-known.

But one of the ironies of troubled economic times - like we're facing now - is that the paper money so popular when times are good starts to play second fiddle to cold hard cash.

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MySpace gets a revamp

Social network MySpace unveiled the first stage of its redesign yesterday, starting with a new look for the homepage.

Having been one of the more cluttered sites around, MySpace was certainly due for a revamp. So has it improved?

MySpace new homepage

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The Web Week in Review - Money Edition

Drama 2.0 has his mind on his money and his money on his mind more than usual lately, so this week's installment of The Web Week in Review is focused on cold hard cash - who's making it and who isn't.

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Understatement of the Year: AOL "may have overpaid" for Bebo

We have a winner for Drama 2.0's Understatement of the Year Award.

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The Web Week in Review

The news that captured my attention this week took a big media slant...

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