TechCrunch covers the launch of Edgeio, which is the creation of one of folks behind TechCrunch (Mike Arrington) among others. The service is a neat idea – you can tag your posts “listings” and edgeio finds your tagged posts and slurps them into a listings metaservice/site. It’s a platform which just might disrupt the directory driven services like eBay and craigslist.
If you like Malcolm Gladwells’s stuff, he’s finally got a blog.
Skrenta reminds us that search CPMs are much higher. yes, because in the end, most folks want to find…and then they do, that becomes a chance to search again, and so on…the point of intent drives many more pages of content, and I’d wager that the ratio is equal, if you add up page for page and CPM for CPM…
Google is in court a lot. It lost one on thumbnail images last week (see Paul’s write up), but it’s just the start of the process.