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Friday, December 04, 2009


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Cheryl Smithem

Dan--great analogy and solid point on the differences. I think newspapers guys just got too focused on the fact that "somebody" was buying, but forgot that they didn't reap the entire harvest.


Maybe there's a way the newspaper publishers could opt out of the George's newspaper stack search results. Customers couldn't take a paper unless they bought a subscription. That makes sense, right? What about micropayments?



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