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  1. Google Road Kill: Will the Pulitzer Prize Live to Be 100?

    No one describes the Pyrrhic victory of Google, Yahoo, MSN and AOL better than SES London and SES New York keynote speaker Nick Carr in his post, "News after the newspaper. In What Newspapers and Journalism Need Now: Experimentation, Not Nostalgia...

  2. Highlights from the SEW Blog: March 17-21, 2008

    SES NYC Day 2 Keynote - Nick Carr "The Big Switch"Nick Carr's keynote draws strong parallels between the electrification of industrial countries in the 1800s and the creation of the "worldwide computer" being ushered in by the Internet.

  3. SES NYC Day 2 Keynote - Nick Carr "The Big Switch"

    Nick Carr's keynote kicked off the day with a discussion based on his new book "The Big Switch". Carr as a result of this transition: SES New York is in full swing. The energy level of the show is very good - with a buzz reminiscent of a few years...

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  4. Q&A with Jason Calacanis, Founder & CEO, Mahalo.com

    KH: Nick Carr cautioned SEO professionals to use their power ethically. Participants: Michael Gray, Nick Denton, and Martin Nisenholtz from The New York Times. Jason Calacanis: I pitched Mahalo to the search industry three years ago, before I had...

  5. Schedule optimization for SES New York

    Nick Carr, SES New York 2008, The Big Switch am-12:15pm Nick Carr, author of The Big Switch: Rewiring the World, from Edison to Google The biggest Search Engine Strategies conference of the year will be held the week of March 17 in New York City.

  6. SES London, Search Training SF, SES NY

    Speakers highlights at this year’s event include keynote Nick Carr (Author, The Big Switch, Rewiring the World, From Edison to Google), Dr. Keynotes and Orion Sessions have also been announced, including Nick Carr (Author, The Big Switch, Rewiring...

  7. Google Worried About Microsoft's Browser Advantage? What Advantage?

    Google and choice from Nick Carr has the interesting suggestion that if And Google should also ensure it does the same with Dell, where it has a partnership that I believe makes it the default search engine on new Dell computers.