Mar 30, 2008

Etc. and etc. and… etc… isn’t it or not?!

In these days, etc. I am not in a good mood to blog etc., isn’t it or not? And, I, etc. am not blogging etc. now, isn’t it or not? What I do, etc. is nothing but… etc. say, just wasting the time etc. and saying just, etc. isn’t it or not?

And, if you wonder etc. and want to ask me and etc. that what the hell, etc. I etc. am doing, I etc. will say I am doing nothing etc. but saying etc. and etc. and…uh… etc… isn’t it or not?

I love etc. and etc. loves me and… etc. isn’t it or not?

This etc. is all I know etc. to say, etc. and nothing else I know etc. but saying etc. and if you etc. do not like etc. you etc. can go to hell etc. isn’t it or not?

If anybody etc. asks etc. that why are you etc. repeating this etc. so much, I etc. will say nothing but etc. and etc. and repeating this etc. so much etc. that anybody etc. can not understand me etc. isn’t it or not?

Mar 20, 2008


HAPPY NAWROUZ to all people in the world! Hope the year 1386 has been a year, full of hope, love, and prosperity, and the year coming, will be a year, better than all the years passed.

Happy Nawrouz!

Mar 14, 2008

Google-DoubleClick deal: online ad business to enter a new generation

Google once again overtook its competitors, and this time in online advertising business:

“European regulators on Tuesday approved Google's $3.1 billion takeover of the $37 billion online advertising company, DoubleClick, clearing the final impediment to a deal that would strengthen Google's already powerful position on the Web.” (International Herald Tribune)

Google now has the power to control significantly the online advertising business, by moving in a new part of “display ads”; a part, it does not have the dominance before.

Google’s chief executive officer, Eric Schmidt, quoted by International Herald Tribune said, “With Double Click, Google now has the leading display-ad platform, which enable us to rapidly bring to market advance in technology infrastructure that will dramatically improve effectiveness, measurability and performance of digital media for publishers, advertisers and agencies…”

In the other hand, some worries have raised between consumers about the privacy of Internet users. Google and DoubleClick, both, gather large quantities of data on Web surfers in order send them relevant ads.

But, the European Commission has dismissed privacy worries. The commission has said these two companies work in different parts of the market, and also consumers are still free to opt to other confident ad-serving services such as, services owned by Microsoft, Yahoo, and AOL.

Microsoft, the greatest opponent of the Google-DoubleClick deal, though, did lobby the commission to block or impose conditions on the Google-DoubleClick deal, but the commission approved it.

With this integration, Google’s competitors, including Microsoft, Yahoo, AOL, and other online businesses will experience a shock in their businesses.

About a couple of weeks ago, Microsoft offered a deal to Yahoo to buy some shares of that company to be able to compete with the “super-ad business” Google. But the offer was rejected by Yahoo. Now, with the approval of the Google-DoubleClick deal, it will strengthen Microsoft’s argument that Yahoo should better decide quickly.