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Darn! They want to acquire Yahoo!

You wont believe it guys but Ted Murphy the founder of PayPer post who's trying to change the advertising industry from Advertising on blogs to have the content of blogs as ads on blogs which some people like Business week think they are Polluting The Blogosphere while others like news.com think that PayPerPost will kill the blogs, Today Ted Murphy announced that they don't have any plan to compete with ReviewME.com but their plan is to acquire Yahoo!

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Microsoft has a majority market share in the new desktop PC marketplace. This is a bug, which Ubuntu is designed to fix.


and I actually consider it as a noble goal but what would happen if small business or actually a startup business like Payperpost start to acquire big companies like Yahoo! or maybe later Google? that would be real clot strike.


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