Me Too! Me too!
In response to Google’s acquisition of DoubleClick:
- Yahoo buys RightMedia, the auction-based display advertising network
- Microsoft makes a play for 24/7 Real Media rumored to be in the neighborhood of $1 billion dollars
- Google responds to Viacom’s lawsuit with a big, “Meh.”
- SnoCap licenses music from Warner Music Group to sell in their commerce environments
- Digg pulls down the AACS code for HD-DVD throwing the Digg community into a frenzy regarding censorship and free speech
Our wine this week was a 2004 Coppola Rosso and a 2004 Pinot Noir…whose origin escapes me.
Our closing music is Democracy from Alexander Blu.
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