Monday, October 09, 2006

YouTube: Why am I not a billionaire?

Since hi-tech billionaire Mark Cuban said you'd have to be a moron to invest in YouTube (see here), and I said Cuban is wrong and that any intellectual property concerns YouTube may raise will be easily dealt with (see here), and Google just announced that it intends to buy YouTube for $1.65 billion (see here), and Google also announced that it has arranged agreements with two record companies and CBS to share royalties for any copyrighted material (see here), and Google's stock price has jumped 2 percent on the news, only one question remains: why am I not a billionaire?


SmoothB said...

Um ... because you didn't actually act on any of the things you just said?

Anonymous said...

This post must be part of your "delusions of importance/relevance" series, starting with Part I : Rush Limbaugh gets his info from my website.