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April 30, 2010 in Events, Fun, Places | 2 comments
Here is a well-done write-up of what I said in an interview by Lee Rainie yesterday here at FutureWeb in Raleigh. Having a fun time.
Tags: FutureWeb, Lee Rainie
Mike Warot on April 30, 2010 at 12:51 pm
Looks like a fun event. Are you going to be in Chicago any time soon? I’d love to get a chance to explain Cabsec to you, face to face.
Mike Thomas on April 30, 2010 at 1:57 pm
Wish I could have made the talk… I’m glad that you have optimism for the internet, but I continue to lose mine… Proliferation of Spam and other wastes are completely disruptive to the quality of both search results and the quality of the network as a whole.
To me, it seems like we may have exceeded the critical mass at somepoint in the past 12 months and are now at the point of diminishing returns. Your Thoughts?
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@ManiGandham @Ned_Newhouse @jason_kint @dmarti @JackMarshall Some care. The rest are caught up in BAU, which deaf and blindered.
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@ManiGandham @Ned_Newhouse @jason_kint @dmarti @JackMarshall Still dunno what "buyside"you mean, but ad blocking is pretty strong pressure.
@Pagefair @jeffjarvis @Ned_Newhouse @jason_kint @jayrosen_nyu Then why are so many good journals still thick with clickbait & junk today?
@ManiGandham @jason_kint @Ned_Newhouse @dmarti @JackMarshall @iab @DCNorg Which buyers do you mean? Ordinary people, or media buyers?
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