As traffic continues to come in through side doors, what is the function of the home page?
Should search engines license content for crawling? A potential German law thinks so.
As more books are sold in electronic form, they will increasingly be marketed on a direct-to-consumer basis.
With Google, Twitter, Facebook, and email doing most of the work, why are we building big, expensive, multifaceted sites? Are we being strategic? Or are we in a rut?
Google makes a definitive move in social, acquiring Aardvark for $50M.
A new social search engine comes onto the scene, sporting some moves borrowed from Google’s playbook. It’s an interesting approach. But will Aardvark just put ants in Google’s pants?