Jerry Yang Takes Helm Of Yahoo – Learn Why Company Lost Ground To Google – Blogger, Search, And eMail Services Compared

Jerry Yang Takes Helm Of Yahoo – Learn Why Company Lost Ground To Google – Blogger, Search, And eMail Services Compared

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(Best Syndication) Yahoo founder and creator, Jerry Yang, has taken the helm of Yahoo! again after a six year absence which saw his search and Internet portal lose its lead to Google. The 38 year old Yang said "I'm ready to dig in and make sure we can take Yahoo to the next level. I'm absolutely not interim. We want someone for the long haul."

So what happened to Yahoo and why does Google make so much more money? Although Yahoo provides decent search results, the Google search algorithm is better. But the problem for Yahoo goes deeper than that. The company came in late on a few innovations which allowed Google to take the lead.

Soon after Google wrapped up their search they began accepting advertising. The company also allowed small and large publishers to present their ads on their site, while Yahoo was basically interested only in the larger sites. Google split the ad revenue with the website owners which motivated an army of content creators.

YouTube For France Italy Japan Netherlands Brazil Poland Spain UK and Ireland - Menus and Help In Local Languages

YouTube For France Italy Japan Netherlands Brazil Poland Spain UK and Ireland - Menus and Help In Local Languages

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(Best Syndication) Google launched YouTube in French and some other languages on Tuesday. Since the search giant purchased the video sharing site they have created localized versions of it in Brazil, France, Ireland, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, the U.K. It all began in the U.S. but has been popular all over the world.

The new French site includes help pages and menus in French. There is a welcome message by French rapper Kamini, who promoted his brand of rural rap through YouTube’s English-language site last November with the video clip entitled “Marly-Gomont”.

‘Robot Chicken’ Star Wars episode – Summer TV shows

‘Robot Chicken’ Star Wars episode – Summer TV shows

Robot Chicken, Season 1 DVD

[Best Syndication] I have to admit, I feel like lost on what to watch on TV this summer. I found something that adults would probably get a chuckle out of, it is on Adult Swim on Cartoon network and it is called ‘Robot Chicken.’

Now this show is rated MA so don’t sit down with your kids, ok? In this starwars episode they spoof the politics and have President Bush use the "force" to get his way.

What got me interested was the StarWars themed Robot Chicken show. If you missed the show you can watch it online at www.adultswim.com .

http://www.adultswim.com/video/?episodeID=8a25c392132567540113259bc3e6001d

Rosie O’Donnell to interview for host of ‘The Price Is Right’

Rosie O’Donnell to interview for host of ‘The Price Is Right’

Rosie O'Donnell: Her True Story - George Mair and Anna Green

[Best Syndication] Rosie O’Donnell recently took out an ad in a trade paper asking for a chance to discuss with Bob Barker her taking over hosting ‘The Price Is Right.’ O'Donnell even said that she had her own game show sized version of the Plinko game.

According to US magazine, O’Donnell posted a message on her website announcing the meeting with the producers of the show for later this week to discuss the possibility her hosting the show.

The now retired host, Bob Barker, 83, gave his own personal endorsement for O’Donnell by telling the press that she would be competent at hosting the show.

Barker said, "There's no doubt in my mind she could do the show. She told me she loved `The Price Is Right' and wanted to host it one day."

Subprime Mortgages Show A Climbing Delinquency Rate

Subprime Mortgages Show A Climbing Delinquency Rate

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“Subprime” mortgages are loans made to people with less than pristine credit. It’s a code word for those of us who have some sort of credit issue in our past and don’t make the cut as a “prime” borrower. For several years now, subprime borrowers have been getting subprime loans, which mean loans with substantially higher interest rates than prime borrowers. In other words, the shakier your credit the more expensive your loan will be – and to some degree, the more difficult to make payments on every month.

Add to that the fact that lenders have been offering loans with ninety, ninety five and one hundred percent financing on loans. Mix that in with adjustable rates that cause steep hikes in monthly premiums after a few years, and you have millions of working Americans with substantial risk exposure on mortgages that they have taken out in the last few years. The reckless lending and starry-eyed borrowing is starting to generate some negative statistics.

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