It seems as if some people believe that this blog is responsible for every dip in Google share price of late.
If that's the case, it wasn't my intention.
Here's where I'm coming from. One of my companies runs a number of fairly popular sites and continues to add one or two new ones per year. So my perspective is that of an entrepreneur trying to deal with a situation where one big player basically controls access to 80% of the online market.
I simply want more competition from Yahoo, Dogpile, Excite, etc. in terms of not only gaining more of the search pie but also of providing competition to Adwords and Adsense.
If my rants have pounded G's stock down, then investors have my sincerest apologies.