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what's online: the pangs of two becoming one

this illustration is about google’s love of good search engine-ing, and and its love of money. google’s recent purchase of doubleclick includes the division performics, which is aimed at helping clients come up higher in search engine results. some people ain’t so happy…

The DoubleClick deal has prompted Microsoft and I.B.M. and others to ask the Federal Trade Commission to investigate the deal on antitrust grounds. And privacy advocates worry that Google will not live up to its pledge to keep the customer data collected by DoubleClick out of the hands of Google’s search managers.

nytimes.com: what’s online, by dan mitchell (login required)

what’s online: the pangs of two becoming one

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illustration

what’s online: the pangs of two becoming one

this illustration is about google’s love of good search engine-ing, and and its love of money. google’s recent purchase of doubleclick includes the division performics, which is aimed at helping clients come up higher in search engine results. some people ain’t so happy…

The DoubleClick deal has prompted Microsoft and I.B.M. and others to ask the Federal Trade Commission to investigate the deal on antitrust grounds. And privacy advocates worry that Google will not live up to its pledge to keep the customer data collected by DoubleClick out of the hands of Google’s search managers.

nytimes.com: what’s online, by dan mitchell (login required)

what’s online: the pangs of two becoming one

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slate: all-you-can-eat baseball

okay, this story is really just plain nasty. the LA dodgers turned the right field bleacher section into an all-you-can-eat-american-baseball-dream section. now don’t get me wrong, i have often dreamt about entering a hotdog eating contest, but the idea of this many nachos and people around me eating as much as is humanly(?) possible while watching baseball just sounds disgusting. the article is great. go read it. and yes, i was tempted to draw a guy with nacho cheese spewing out of every conceivable orifice, but we can’t all be neil swaab.

slate: all-you-can-eat baseball, by neal pollack

slate: all-you-can-eat baseball

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