Influx quote of the day- robert thomson- wsj
February 13, 2009
“Google — I mean, the harsh way of just defining it, Google devalues
everything it touches. Google is great for Google, but it’s terrible
for content providers, because it divides that content quantitatively
rather than qualitatively. And if you are going to get people to pay
for content, you have to encourage them to make qualitative decisions
about that content.”
Robert Thomson- WSJ- Charlie Rose Show- February 11th, 2009
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