April 21, 2006 4:00 AM PDT

Google in China: The big disconnect

Could company's "compromise" actually be a vote for democracy? How do Yahoo and Microsoft compare?
The New York Times
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Google did the right thing
Google did the right thing hiring Lee, he seems to be a good choice
The question is how long can they keep these profit numbers going?

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Google did the right thing
Google did the right thing hiring Lee, he seems to be a good choice
The question is how long can they keep these profit numbers going?

<a class="jive-link-external" href="http://www.otherthingsnow.blogspot.com" target="_newWindow">http://www.otherthingsnow.blogspot.com</a>
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A well written report for a change
Its good to read something about the Internet and China that is written from research instead of opinions thatare easily spewed out as we sit safely in our ivory towers.
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A well written report for a change
Its good to read something about the Internet and China that is written from research instead of opinions thatare easily spewed out as we sit safely in our ivory towers.
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