Archive for April, 2005

CLICK HERE, AND HERE, AND HERE

April 29, 2005

“Interactive advertising has clearly become a mainstream medium and one that can no longer be ignored.”

Interactive Advertising Bureau president Greg Stuart, on the medium’s increasingly lucrative — and obnoxious — revenue stream, Computerworld, 28 April 2005

CLODCASTING

April 29, 2005

“We’re creating a new way to let a lot of people participate personally in radio — sharing their feelings on music, news, politics, whatever matters to them.”

Infinity Broadcasting CEO Joel Hollander, on trading shock jocks for Internet amateurs on a small AM radio station, Wired News, 27 April 2005

THE DALEKS — NOW *DEADLY* BORING!

April 27, 2005

“We have taken all the perceived weaknesses of the Dalek and made them deadly.”

“Doctor Who” special effects artist Mike Tucker, on making the robotic villains marginally less risible, BBC News, 24 April 2005

THE HACKER DIET 2.0

April 26, 2005

“This is dietary advice for people who have computers. And that is the segment of the population that probably needs it least.”

Nutrition expert Marion Nestle, on the government’s new online-only food pyramid, Salon.com, 21 April 2005

REDEFINING SEARCH ENGINE SPAM

April 24, 2005

“We thought, ‘The Search for the Holy Grail,’ and search is a big interest for Yahoo.”

Yahoo executive Murray Gaylord, on promoting the website through Broadway’s new Monty Python musical, The New York Times, 22 April 2005

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