From Wall Street Journal:
In a sign of how the Internet is rebounding, Jupiter predicts that marketers will spend $8.4 billion on online advertising in 2004, while earmarking $12.2 billion for magazines. In 2007, the two platforms each will get $13.8 billion. In 2008, online ad spending surges ahead, capturing $15 billion, compared to magazines' $14.5 billion, Jupiter predicts. The gap widens in 2009. The Jupiter forecast is set to be released Wednesday.
I blogged earlier this month about SearchGuy.com, a publicly traded search engine company that doesn't appear to have revenues or profits, seems to have a very small development team, and a issue-a-press-release-to-increase-our-stock-price