Seecrets On Internet: An Ant Watching Giants Fight (Google Vs. Microsoft)

Written by Stan Seecrets

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On May 31, 2005, Google announced its Summer of Code initiative to reenergizerepparttar open source community. The estimated $1 million outlay ($4500 for each successful applicant) is less than Google’s profit in two hours. Fromrepparttar 141426 chatter in various forums, this initiative will be a resounding success.

This is a foraging party’s raid involving about 200 young, fervent, energetic, idealistic cadres, excuse me, programmers. This is not whatrepparttar 141427 powers in Redmond wanted to hear –repparttar 141428 proprietary Windows platform will be under renewed siege.

One cannot but admire such deft application of Chaos Theory, best explained byrepparttar 141429 oft quoted example of a butterfly fluttering its wings in Peru and causing a tornado in Texas, a few months later.

Imaginerepparttar 141430 effects that will be unleashed when Google decides to increase this outlay by 100 times – an amount within normal R

The author, Stan Seecrets, is a veteran software developer with 25 years experience at ( which specializes in digital asset protection. You can email him with comments or criticism to Stan at seecrets dot biz. © Copyright 2005, Stan Seecrets. All rights reserved.

E-zine Subscriber Magic

Written by Dan Brown

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a sample issue of your e-zine. Black out some ofrepparttar important info; this will make them more curious

Dan Brown has been active in internet marketing for the past 4 years. Dan currently is working with the Zabang search engine introducing their new affiliate program, which is due out July,2005.

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