Interesting links of the dayAugust 23rd, 2006 — | What say you?
Update – just came across a post by Andy Beal on this video, including the youTube movie
Database of 130,000 Public and Private Schools, Google-Mapped – didn’t know there are 130,000 public and private K-12 schools in the US. My estimation of 20k was based on the aprox. edu domain count
Corrupt DMOZ editor Daniel Kotarski – advertised to get you into DMOZ for $50 to $350 one time payment, depending if you want to wait a year or get in today… what a jerk… definately not “below the radar”
Men of SEO – this is funny stuff … A fan blog devoted to the men of SEO. Making search engine optimization sexier and more entertaining. checkout the “Bearded Babes” post … thanks to Laura Lippay check her 360 profile for more funny stuff
11 Rising Barriers To Entry for Small Businesses on the Web – Todd putting together the mostly impacting 11 factors that make it harder to start on the web today – most important is the age factor impacting trust rank
Drug Marketers can ramp up their spendings because of changing federal drug marketing laws they can integrate more into content (presell pages???) and Aaron asks
How much money will emotions like depression be worth to publishers? Will people be able to find accurate information if traditionally well trusted publishers are leveraging their authority to create custom advertising opportunities for the people with the greatest profit potential in spreading misinformation or a biased view of the world to a desired audience one at a time?