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GeekWire Radio: Google+ vs. Facebook, Ballmer sounds off, and new stuff in Internet search

On this week’s GeekWire radio present and podcast, we analyze Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer’s booming response to the query of whether or not he ought to resign, serve up some behind-the-scenes tidbits from Fb CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s go to to Seattle, and assess the influence of the new Google+ social networking service, unveiled this week by the search large.

Becoming a member of us in the studio to speak in regards to the newest in the Internet search enterprise is Rand Fishkin, the CEO of SEOmoz, the Seattle-based search engine optimization software program firm. We additionally give the reply to final week’s Name that Tech Tune contest, and title the winners.

Right here’s the MP3 file for this week’s present.

Tales and hyperlinks associated to this week’s present:

Rand Fishkin, SEOmozPast comments about Google’s Panda update … SEOmoz site … SEOmoz blog … Rand on SEOmoz Whiteboard Friday … Rand’s favourite app: Project Noah

Steve BallmerMicrosoft doesn’t need to replace Ballmer as much as it needs to replace GatesAudio: Microsoft’s Ballmer gives a bellowing response to calls for his dismissal

Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook’s Zuckerberg on Seattle: ‘There’s so many good engineers up here’Zuckerberg: Movies, TV, books next in line for social disruption

Google+: The Google+ rollout on Android and iPhone, comparedGoogle+ vs. Facebook, just in time for that FTC inquiry.

Report: Microsoft in the mix as Hulu considers possible sale

Facebook-dependent Zynga files for $1 billion IPO

Reply to last week’s Name that Tech Tune contest: Dig Dug. Congrats to our winners, Grace Cular Yee and Austin Wilson, chosen at random from the pool of right solutions to obtain some limited-edition GeekWire merchandise. Due to everybody who performed.

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