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Google Buys YouTube: Now, Can It Fix It

Every time I see a YouTube link, say on a motorcycle site, I find something cool. So why is it that when I go directly to the site, I am overwhelmed with lameness? Add to that poor organization and search, and it's no wonder I reckoned YouTube was worth about $1.65, as opposed to the $1.65 billion Google just agreed to pay for the video site.

By the way, here's my kids' YouTube contribution. Can you count how many vehicles I own?

Posted by Doug Barney on October 10, 2006 at 11:52 AM


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