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ashkan karbasfrooshan

Michael, not sure if you can answer this, but re: "I hold shares in a number of the public companies mentioned in this post."

When a company is taken private, does the buyer buy up 100% of the shares in the company or do some shareholders keep shares, as a minority, alongside the private equity firm?

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Ash

Bill Hobi

Web 1.5 Company?

Web 1.0 Company?

Web 2.0 Company?

How many Web "." Company models are there these days? What is state of the art?

When/Where is Web 3.0?

Bill Hobi

Yes, the advertizing world is finally moving to the Web, but is Web advertizing really effective? I NEVER look at all these "pop ups" and "Banners" at the top of a MySpace page or whatever...

And when you highlight an ad, such as the "Stuffed PC" ad by Apple; it is a Television Ad... sure you can view it on YouTube... but how many people "view" (even) a really good ad on YouTube - a few hundred thousand? How many people see that same ad when it is run during American Idol - 20 million?

The thing that I see running through all of this is that "Print" media is really dead... I read Vanity Fair,the Sunday NYT and Barron's (because I have to)... but increasingly I even read Barron's online - and the reason I read Barron's online is that it is laid out just like the magazine, and I can easily find 100% of the content online, unlike most publications that just offer a few "snippets" of the total content that is available in print.

I couldn't tell you the last time I read BusinessWeek, Fortune, Newsweek, or WIRED!, etc. I get more "content" from Bloggers today than I do "mainstream" print media. I read more Blogs than magazines! So these magazines have already lost out to the Bloggers. They are dinos! The only time I see something in one of these mainstream mags is when a Blogger links to it!

Vijay Chandran

What about the issue raised by msft any comments on it. I really would like to hear your view point and its impact on Goog stock.

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