Yahoo and Microsoft have agreed to an online search and advertising partnership, in an attempt to stand against the web search engine Google. The deal would be announced soon within the next 24 hours. Under the term of the deal, Microsoft, which made a failed takeover bid of $47.5 billion for Yahoo last year, would access to the volume of search queries that run through Yahoo’s search engine. Yahoo has agreed to use Microsoft’s new Bing search engine on its own sites. Also, Yahoo will handle the advertising sales, using Microsoft technology. Yahoo Chief Executive Carol Bartz said, “I think Bing is actually a good product and Microsoft deserves kudos for Bing.”
The deal would give Bing a boost in competing with Google’s search engine. Google’s search engine dominates the marketplace with 65 percent of the U.S. Internet searches, according to the figures provided by research firm ComScore. It is followed by Yahoo with 19.6 percent and Microsoft with 8.4 percent.
Here, the principle of connectivity is used. Complete universe is using the RULE OF CONNECTIVITY. We all should follow principle of connectivity, followed by Yahoo and Microsoft.
Former England opener Geoffrey Boycott believes he was technically superior to Sunil Gavaskar.
As our records show Sunil scored more runs, more matches and more centuries than me, but in terms of techniques, I considered myself far superior than Sunil Gavaskar.
He is doing comparison in the life. Comparisons at any stage in life are never allowed. We cannot go for comparison of life, work, work place, wife and friends. Comparisons are not found in nature. Nature believes in individuality. Individual identity, no comparisons. Mountains never compare with rivers and seas never compare with earth or clouds. On the contrary, rule of connectivity is applied. All the elements of nature believe in connectivity and follow cooperation instead of comparisons.
Children at home cannot compare, colleagues at work place cannot be compared, and friends cannot be compared. Every object has its own identity and value and its stand for it. Once, you compare, you start inviting unnecessary issues and blames. Even if you compare, it won’t make any difference to nature and its components. That’s the beauty of nature. Humans have to learn.