Daily Archives: July 31, 2008

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Music Company Pirates Its Own Track

Remember BitTorrent and how much the music industry hates it? Well, according to this post by TorrentFreak, a ...
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Right Clicka

It’s traveled a lot around the web, but on the off chance you have not seen it:
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White Paper Thursdays: HOW TO CHOOSE AN AD NETWORK

Another plug for Robert Tas’s ad network paper. Download it here.
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Semantic Search Post 1: What is Semantic Search

Whenever I am at a loss for what to post, I try to think about a digital area ...
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Semantic Search Post 2: Profile: freebase

One of the most interesting and intriguing offerings in the semantic space is freebase, a search platform from ...
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Semantic Search Post 3: Profile: Powerset

More consumer focused than freebase is in its current form, Powerset is designed to provide quicker and easier ...
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Semantic Search Post 4: Profile: Hakia

Hakia offers a different take on semantic search. They describe the key difference between their offering and that ...
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Semantic Search Post 5: Profile: Trovix

Trovix is an example of putting semantic search to use in a specific vertical, in this case to ...
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Semantic Search Post 6: Google Response

Doubtless Google has 927 people working on semantic search, but their first response to this trend, secondary search ...
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Semantic Search Post 7: Yahoo Response: YOS and Search Monkey

As its core initiatives to improve its search business, Yahoo has taken some dramatic steps to ensure it ...
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Semantic Search Post Eight: Conclusions

So search is not my forte, and if I made any errors in all of the other posts, ...
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Freedom of Press in the Beijing Olympics? Not So Much…

Despite assurances to the contrary, reporters in Beijing say that their access to many websites has been blocked ...
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WSJ POOP

As you know, FCC head Kevin Martin, and indeed the entire Commission, have decided that Comcast’s clandestine slowing ...
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The Empire Grows

I’ve got a new blog. Entitled Jim’s Book Moments, it’s a collection of reviews and trailers of books ...