That’s a lot of posting, folks.
Ask Jeeves®, Inc. (Nasdaq: ASKJ) today announced that Bloglines™ (www.bloglines.com), the world’s most popular free online service for searching, subscribing, publishing and sharing news feeds, blogs and rich web content, has set a new standard among newsreaders: 500 million blog and news feed articles are now stored in the service’s comprehensive, searchable database.
Update: Got ahead of myself. Saw trillion where I shoulda seen billion. That’ll be next year’s post…
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Trillion or Billion?
That’s 76 THOUSAND posts for each and every man, woman and child on earth… Really?!?!??Including my grandmother and my two-year-old?? Man… Somebody’s got WAAAAY too much time on their hands. (That or they’re including all of the Male Enhancement adverts in the count.)
500 million is half a billion, about one for every 12 current human inhabitants of the planet.
And it still can’t show me anything that was posted this year.
Hey, give ‘im a break. The guy was on the BBC World Service last night. Math is apparently other people’s hill to climb.
Hi John, This has nothing to do with this post but how does one contact you about the new ad network you are building. I read about it on webpronews.