In case you haven’t noticed yet, Yahoo has been hard at work lately. If you missed it, Yahoo now has its own toolbar. In a similar fashion the Google toolbar works, Yahoo just introduced Web Rank™. Web Rank™ happens to be Yahoo’s new search engine algorithm, as well as the name it gave its new toolbar.
Quigo announced yesterday it closed a $5 million round of venture funding as the New York search startup prepares to take on Google in the contextual advertising market.
A consulting firm called CHI Research makes finding high-tech companies and start-ups its business. Two years back, when I asked CHI to share its top 10 tech-stock picks with BusinessWeek readers, half the names on the list were new to me.
People are always asking me how to be a blogging bigshot, and/or what will be the Next Big Thing in blogging. I don’t claim to have any very special expertise in that area, but I do have some thoughts. In fact, I have some thoughts that combine the two subjects.
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