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Google's on TV (ads), IP protection and MySpace for boomers

Thursday, October 25, 2007: AdItAll.com's Rodger Wells, Brett Trout, intellectual property lawyer, and TeeBeeDee.com's Robin Wolaner, plus calls, instant messages and emails about pop culture, the day's news and a smattering of technology...it's The David Lawrence Show for a Thursday.

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Tonight's notes: (?)

7pm PT:

Rodger Wells, VP of Marketing and Business Development of AdItAll.com, joins us live from New York City to look at Google's expansion into providing AdWords advertising not only in the form of text links and banner ads, but now video ads for both online play on YouTube and offline play on the television stations on which Google is now placing, for AdWords customers, on-air spot buys. His site lets you quickly and easily customize video ads for those buys.







8pm PT:

Brett Trout, attorney, podcaster and publisher of BrettTrout.com, joins us live from Iowa to discuss the ruling by the very intelligent Judge Jason Hancock that Microsoft cannot be held liable for "denial of free choice" when it comes to operating systems, and how that affects the hundreds of millions of dollars sought by plaintiffs. Isn't that what we've been saying for years?



9pm PT:

Robin Wolaner, CEO of TeeBeeDee.com, joins us live from the Bay area to showcase her site, bringing social networking to baby boomers, with the special interests and demands that that market features. Robin's site is like MySpace for people 40-plus years of age, and maybe, jut maybe, this will be a link site that looks decent and remains relevant for longer than a year or two.


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