Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Blog Readers Younger, Richer Than Average Web Surfer

Computerworld Web Site Management
August 16, 2005


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In this issue:

* Blog Readers Younger, Richer Than Average Web Surfer
* Lessons For Google In Netscape Downfall
* Google Provides Opt-out For Publishers
* Firefox Lost Market Share In July To Internet Explorer
* AOL To Launch New Storefront For Mobile Users

Blog Readers Younger, Richer Than Average Web Surfer

They are are also more likely to shop online, connect to the Internet
using a broadband connection and visit more sites, making them an
attractive demographic for advertisers.



Lessons For Google In Netscape Downfall

Unlike Netscape, Google has profitability and a sound business model on
its side, but experts say you should never underestimate competition
from Microsoft.



Google Provides Opt-out For Publishers

Facing criticism and copyright concerns, Google will let publishers
decide what books are scanned and not scanned.



The Grid Computing Glossary

Like any technology, grid computing has a specialized lexicon of terms,
acronyms, and concepts. This comprehensive glossary provides a
definition of grid-related terms.



Firefox Lost Market Share In July To Internet Explorer

Microsoft's Internet Explorer Web browser halted the steady market
share advance of The Mozilla Foundation's Firefox browser last month,
according to NetApplications.com, a Web site monitoring company.



AOL To Launch New Storefront For Mobile Users

A user will be able to configure the site to show him the products and
services that his existing mobile device and service plan support, or
more broadly, the service plan and device options available in his
geographic area.



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