I saw this inspiring talk from TED. Can government be run like the Internet, open and free? Jennifer Pahlka argues that it can, and that it can be done quickly and cheaply.
Posts Categorized: Internet History
I had the pleasure of seeing Carol Bartz present to the IAB last November at the Supercharge Your Brand event in London. As part of her presentation, she discussed how she has raised ad revenues by including third-party advertising on Yahoo’s log-in page. My impression at the time was that if Yahoo thinks that distracting… Read more »
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I’ve just been revisiting some great older blog posts on some other sites, to give myself a bit of a nostagic overview of SEO. While doing so, I re-read this one from Ian Lurie at Conversion Marketing, so I thought I’d share it all with you and cover some of the points he makes in a bit more detail.
Two Ph.D candidates named David Filo and Jerry Yang created Yahoo in 1994 at Stanford University in California; it was started for recreation for the creators but soon became full time work. It was initially known as ‘Jerry and Davids guide to the World Wide Web’ but after the creators randomly chose names from the… Read more »