Today's search podcast covers Google putting its 5 percent share of AOL into a holding company that may go public in the future; Google reassurances that the AOL will not compromise its impartiality or the user experience at Google; MSN getting a facelift; new meta search tool for tagging search engines; top searches of the year from Ask Jeeves and more!
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AOL Stake Rolling Into Holding Company It Can Take Public In 2008
- Google Says
Don't Worry, AOL Won't Change Us - But There's Wiggle Room
- MSN Getting
Cleaner Look In The Microsoft Three Portal Strategy
- Meta Search
Tagged Content With Wink
- Jews For
Jesus Sues Google Over Blogger Blog
- Kung Fu
Over Kai-Fu Betwen Google & Microsoft Ends
- Top Searches At Ask Jeeves For 2005
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