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StumbleUpon: The Antithesis of Google?
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StumbleUpon: The Antithesis of Google?

With over 3.5 million registered users (up from 600,000 two years ago), StumbleUpon has left the techie niche and has become mainstream. But unlike Google which makes its billions from helping you find what you’re looking for, StumbleUpon helps you discover content that you may not be looking for but will probably find interesting.

Rush Hour Episode 14
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Rush Hour Episode 14

This week on Rush Hour [Cshel](http://www.cshel.com), [Cameron](http://www.cameronolthuis.com) and I discuss the [acquisition of Feedburner](http://www.techcrunch.com/2007/05/23/100-million-payday-for-feedburner-this-deal-is-confirmed/), [Technorati redesign](http://www.pronetadvertising.com/articles/technorati-redesigned-get-realigned-here21138.html), Digg tips and making money online through MySpace.

AT&T – Reach out and touch EVERYONE
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AT&T – Reach out and touch EVERYONE

Most of the billboards we see carry a message that we can all understand. “Real California Cheese” is pretty self explanatory and there aren’t too many people out there who don’t know what Cheese is. So you can imagine my surprise when I saw this sign as I was driving on the 880 Freeway by the Oakland Coliseum

MSN’s new home page
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MSN’s new home page

There has been a lot of talk lately about realigning high traffic homepages. MSN is currently testing a modified homepage design. There are some major differences then just a new look. The new homepage makes better use of screen space, primarily by changing the placement of several sections.

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Taxi Cab SEO
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Taxi Cab SEO

You’re probably wondering the same thing as I was, what do taxi cab driver and SEO have in common? At first glance, nothing. At second glance, still nothing. So why did the taxi cab driver that took me to the airport from the SES conference say he was an SEO?

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Blog Relations
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Blog Relations

Many companies are trying to use the power of blogs to market and introduce their company to others. The companies that are able to successfully use this new medium are doing so by paying attention to blog posts and their comments.