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Tuesday, September 21, 2004

Just to reinforce my blog from yesterday. Balmer and Gates got paid $900,000 last year. ...and Google paid 128,000,000 just for a search service! (...still can't get over it.)

Moving on...

An interesting article today about a possible web browser from Google. Hmmm... very interesting. I certainly think it is a move they HAVE to make if they want to stay in the search game. If you want to do search really well, at some point you have to start gathering information about the person you are executing the search for. Not necessarily names and addresses, but likes, dislikes, opinions, and profession certainly. I also quite like the idea of IE getting some competition. Let's face it IE is a bit stale and that is definitely a market that can use a bit of competition.

...on that note, I think I will go download FireFox. One million downloads in 4 days - not too shabby.

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