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Chris Anderson

  1. 7 Deadly SEO Questions for Google's Matt Cutts

    So much I paid full retail price (less my Barnes & Noble discount) for the print magazine just to read Chris Anderson's "Free-conomics" before it was available free online. Wired? Or Weird? The Matt Cutts Interview on Epicenter in The Wired Blog...

  2. The Year in Search: A 2007 Review

    Pamela Anderson Chris Benoit A handful of search engines compiled the top searches for the year in several categories. Recaps from Google, Yahoo, AOL, Ask, and Lycos highlight the trends that came and went over the course of 2007.

  3. Debby From The Block: U Penn Long Tail Blockbuster

    Prick up your ears, Chris Anderson Your Long Tail doberman (below) is under attack: No way I could pass on pointing to the Debby Richman blockbuster post. Wharton says: Online recommendation engines may chop off Long Tail of Search.

  4. Machines in Translation: Do MT Engineers Dream of SElectric Sheep?

    Solving the translation problem in an hour on Oprah, Anderson Cooper, or Dr. You may, as I did, enjoy "Faster Beam-Search Decoding for Phrasal Statistical Machine Translation" by Robert Moore and the aptly-named Chris Quirk.

  5. The Blogosphere Sounds Off on Hyper-Local

    Long Tail theory creator Chris Anderson coins the term: "The Vanishing Point Theory of News" on his blog: Provencher also posts a retort to Anderson's theory from Terry Heaton's PoMo blog; In the wake of discouraging news from hyper-local...

  6. Google Courts Book Publishers, Librarians

    The grandiosely named Google Unbound came complete with an all-star cast of Web luminaries: Wired magazine's Chris Anderson (author of "The Long Tail"); author and marketing guru Seth Godin; Cory Doctorow, author, BoingBoing co-editor and USC...

  7. Video From The Professionals

    Long Tail author Chris Anderson will present a keynote address, which is the closest NATPE comes to search training this year. Everyone will be hawking their video wares at the NATPE conference this week.

  8. More On AOL Pushing Google Into Graphic Ads & AOL Promotion

    Chris Anderson had an interesting post recently on how he's using AdWords not for clicks but to build awareness. Google is looking to promote AOL content within a OneBox display area, something familiar to many of our readers, as we've written of...

  9. Google Print Debate at NY Public Library

    Chris Anderson, Wired Magazine This should be interesting: The NYPL and WIRED Magazine present a discussion about the competing interests and issues raised by the Google Print Library Project, and whether a universal digital repository of our...