Howdy-ho, you patrons thirsty for the Internet news! Welcome to another addition of Tues News, where we spoon feed you the hot stories that I find relevant. Sure, you only get to find out about three news items, but, if you’re like me, you’re lazy and may not read them all anyway. Let’s see what’s up:
- If you’re a geek like me, then you’re eagerly anticipating the upcoming USB 3.0 era. Maximum PC gives us the skinny on the upcoming revolution in peripheral connectivity.
- In more “Internet-related” business, Google has earned yet another trophy to add to its collection. Google is now #1 in customer satisfaction according to a study covered by adAge.com, meaning we will soon have to begin counting the areas that Google is not #1 in to make things easier to deal with.
- Tired of being an idiot when it comes to HTML? Me too! That’s why I’m going to block out time to learn the HTML basics this week and become an even more powerful ad-monkey than I already am! [via SearchEngineLand.com]
Sure, it was a slow week for Internet news and, as long as the Yahoo/MSN/Icahn saga remains sluggish and boring, it probably will continue to be slow. But cheer up, I’m sure someone in the world of search marketing will say or do something zany next week; we’re way overdue!
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