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Old 08-02-2006   #1
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Danny Sullivan Article in USA Today

http://www.usatoday.com/tech/news/20...n-search_x.htm

Got a search engine question? Ask Mr. Sullivan

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Google's Matt Cutts considers Danny Sullivan's Search Engine Watch website "must reading." To Yahoo's Tim Mayer, it's simply the "most authoritative source on search."
His readers would naturally assume that Sullivan, the self-described "world-renowned search authority," is the ultimate Silicon Valley insider. He is. But he does it all some 4,000 miles away near here, in the remote little village of Chitterne, about four hours southwest of London.
Very very good!!!! Congrats Danny, Congrats SEW, Congrats Incisive, and congrats to the SEM community!
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Old 08-02-2006   #2
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Nice! Rand got in there too that media darling.
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Nice article! Way to go Danny and Rand as well.
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Old 08-02-2006   #4
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Gibson to Sullivan

Couldn't help but be notice the irony of composition in the print version of USA Today.

For those of you who read the piece online, the print version carried a picture of the now-infamous Mel Gibson at the very top of the front page. At the top of first page of the very next section was the mug of our own (Mr.) Danny Sullivan.

Who says balanced journalism isn't practiced any more????

Congrats on a nice piece!
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Fun article. Nice one Danny (and Rand).
Now I have the Pharrell Williams song stuck in my head.

"You can't be me,
I'm a Rock Star!"
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