Yandex Global Search – the Good, the Bad, and the Yugly

Yandex’s launch into the global search market. Judging by Yandex’s success at controlling Google in the Russian search market, they should eventually be a valuable player. I say eventually, but I don’t want to take away from the good that they are bringing to the table right now. Keep in mind this is not a […]

PubCon South Dallas 2010 Highlights

Yesterday was the last day of PubCon South here in Dallas. There was no shortage of chatter around the sessions, yet somehow I had a song in my head all day. It was something about, “Chinese food makes me sick,” and “Abercrombie and Fitch.” If you know what song that is, you are probably the […]

Is It Really Better to Give?

Last month, my wife and I jumped on a plane out of Salt Lake City and headed toward what my wife refers to as “the most magical place on earth,” Walt Disney World. Why were we going when we don’t have any kids? I can promise you it wasn’t because of all the wonderful childhood […]

What the Brave Captain Searched

Just under a year ago I saw the movie Wall-e. At the time, I did not realize the significance of what this movie contained. It wasn’t for another few months that I realized that Wall-e’s world contained the most plausible oncoming paradigm shift in the world of search. I am not saying that this shift […]