Posts Tagged ‘US’
(April 26, 2009 TechCrunch)
Earlier today, the U.S. declared a public health emergency over the Swine Flu, after confirming 20 cases of the flu spreading to humans in New York, Ohio, Kansas, Texas and California. More than 80 people have died in Mexico from the disease, which has potentially spread to other countries, including Canada and France. Although Federal officials are urging Americans not to panic about the disease, fear of contracting the potentially deadly flu is quickly spreading over Twitter, Google, and blogs across the web.
The panic concerning the swine flu is occurring on the Web.
I hear that the swine flu is the maximum topic in Twitter.
I hear that the appearance rate of the key word named Swine Flu in the blog article will have increased rapidly moreover.
I hear that the retrieval of the key word named Swine Flu will have increased according to Google Trends and.
I hear that Tamiflu and Relenza are effective for the swine flu according to the news of the television in Japan.
I hope the panic doesn’t extend.
Lehman’s Online U.S. Advertising Forecast: Another $20 Billion In Growth By 2012 And Online Video Takes Off
Originally uploaded by jurvetson
Lehman’s Online U.S. Advertising Forecast: Another $20 Billion In Growth By 2012 And Online Video Takes Off (August 13, 2008 TechCrunch)
Video ads are the hottest area of growth. Analyst Doug Anmuth thinks that online video ad spending will reach $1.1 billion this year (up 63 percent), and more than double to $2.4 billion over the next two years.
He also thinks that total advertising spending in the U.S. will go from $26.1 billion this year to $45.5 billion in 2012 (consequently increasing from 8.8 percent of total advertising spending to 13.7 percent).
It is forecast that the online advertisement expense will expand greatly according to Lehman Brothers Holdings.
Especially, it is forecast that it is a field where the video advertisement grows up most, and the online video advertisement expense will expand greatly.
It seems to have to make efforts to video in the future.
Originally uploaded by legfellow
Michael Phelps won his fourth gold medal with a new world record in the 200-meter butterfly in 1 minute 53.03 seconds at the National Aquatics Center at the Beijing 2008 Olympics in Beijing, Aug. 12, 2008.
The dream of acquiring eight gold medals approaches.
Originally uploaded by lybunlin
Phelps wins 3rd gold, sets new world record in 200 freestyle.
Michael Phelps won his third gold medal, breaking his own world record in the 200-meter freestyle in the National Aquatics Center at the Beijing 2008 Olympics in Beijing, Aug. 12, 2008.
The dream of acquiring eight gold medals has not ended yet.
Originally uploaded by designatedplayers
The United States won Japan 1-0 with midfielder Stuart Holden’s second-half goal at the Olympic men’s soccer tournament here on Thursday.
If Japan is defeated by another game, the group league defeat of Japan is decided.
I want you to hold out to a Japanese team.