Today's search podcast covers Google buying the Writely browser-based word processor, Orkut's woes continue; Google to help power Firefox anti-phishing tools; is someone drafting your search ad; more on the Ashley Cole Gay results at Google; finding library books via Google Book Search; the richest people in search; why search engines might cause your wedding gifts to go astray and more!
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Writely, A Browser Based Word Processor
Brazil Asks Google To Help Orkut To Stop Organizing Organized Crime
Protect Firefox with Phishing Shield?
Ads from Mobile Content?
'Hijacking' in Paid Search
We Sell Ferrari Driving Experiences, But Google Won't Let Us Say That
Cole Gay" Results Suggestion Prompts Questions From His Solicitor
Google Book Search Adds Find it in a Library for Some Books
Partners with Oxford, Harvard & Others to Digitize Libraries
Searching for Library Books with RedLightGreen
AccessMyLibrary.com Puts Library-Only Content On The Web
Sources For Ebooks & Electronic Text
Online Book Resources
- The Library
Card Catalog 2005: More than Just Basic Book Info
Google to Partner with Wikipedia
Divining the Future of Search
Don't Overlook SEO for Your Podcasts
Yahoo's Yang Says It's More Important To Be In China Than Risk Of Not
Richest People in Search
- Didn't Get That Wedding Gift? Blame The Search Engines!
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