In a CNN Money article yesterday about the Facebook vs Google+ rivalry, my editor’s antennae started twitching when I read
“But defensive moves are not Zuckerberg’s style, and in September, at the company’s F8 developers event, he unleashed a sea of new features that alter the current service radically.”
“A sea of features”?
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When Viacom President, Mel Karmazin, visited the Google HQ in 2003, it represented a meeting of two very different ways of doing business, in particular of making money from advertising. Karmazin was old school, having cut his teeth selling radio ads, pitching his way up to billion-dollar deals. The Google trinity — Larry, Eric and
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