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  1. Google Doodlers Pay A Call On Charles Addams' 100th Birthday

    His "kooky" and macarbe cartoons began appearing in the New Yorker magazine in 1932 with the Addams making their debut in 1938. While he started contributing artwork to the New Yorker in 1933 at the age of 21, the first Addams Family comic was...

  2. In Google We Trust (Your Identity)

    In 1993, Peter Steiner famously wrote in the New Yorker that, "on the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog. The NSTIC claims the new Trust Framework and Identity Ecosystem will be privacy enhancing and retain your anonymity.

  3. Use Humor for Link Marketing

    Check out how The New Yorker handles cartoon caption submissions and voting. The New Yorker's approach of having people register is also a clever way to collect information on potential new customers.

  4. Knol Is Googlepedia

    The New Yorker magazine will allow any author to add one cartoon per knol from the New Yorker's cartoon repository. Of course, The New Yorker is a publisher. It's like the famous New Yorker cartoon, "On the Internet, no one knows you're a publisher.

  5. The Japanese Search, Why Don't We?

    As a New Yorker, the effervescent and ever-present odor of urine and fermenting garbage is distinctly absent from Tokyo public transportation. Google is overtaking Yahoo as the number one search site and the search dominance battle has yet to...

  6. Newspapers Bleed Red Ink: Death by Internet

    Google has a financial incentive to ensure advertising can support high-quality content, Schmidt said during an onstage interview with Ken Auletta, The New Yorker's media reporter. The New York Times says, "The primary long-term threat to...

  7. New Yorker Forums a Den of Spam

    The New Yorker's official forums contain about two spam posts for every legitimate one. This is strange. The folks at CondeNet should be more careful with this most illustrious media brand.via gothamist)

  8. Google Zeitgeist 05: Featuring Press & Bloggers But No Blogging Or Coverage Allowed

    The traditional press is well in attendance, with James Fallows of the Atlantic Monthly, New Yorker staff writer Malcolm Gladwell, the chairman and publisher of the New York Times Arthur Sulzberger and others.

  9. Google Acts To Protect Trademark

    Indeed, its name has been used in the film Maid in Manhattan, a New Yorker cartoon and into several television shows, such as Friends. When Google won the Search Engine Watch award for Outstanding Search Engine in January, I explained to readers...