750 Million Net Users Can't Be Wrong

Yahoo! Go for Mobile 2.0 has been announced and like very other mobile application, it works on “some” phones.

The Barvarian State Library in Germany is offering up it’s books to Google for indexing. Thomas Rubin – Microsoft’s associate general counsel for copyright, trademark and trade secrets say’s the whole thing is wrong because they are using copyrighted work to sell ads. The whole idea sounds pretty kewl to me.

Friendster apparently agrees.? They just offered up some ad space to Google in an ad? partnership that excludes former partner, Yahoo! In semi-related news, Google just released their new Google Desktop 5.

Turkey has banned YouTube. Apparently, their government sucks.

According to comScore Networks, nearly 750 million people on the planet used the Internet in January. Only a few were in space.

The opinions are mine and I’m Brent Norris from Aloha Workshops on the Big Island of Hawai`i for the World Organization of Webmasters and the Wow Technology Minute.

Additional Resources

Yahoo’s Super Duper Widget-tastic Mobile Deal

Google wins German library’s support

Microsoft counsel bags Google book search

Friendster Partners With Google & Drops Yahoo

Friendster Drops Yahoo, Gets New Best Friend

YouTube banned in Turkey after video insults (Tim Hames/Times of London)

Global Internet Audience Grows 10%

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