Today's search podcast covers Google and AOL formally renewing their partnership, Google applications coming preloaded on Lexar flash drives, Google AdWords and Google Adsense being confusing product names; Google Adsense For Domains and a similar Yahoo program fueling typo sites at the cost of advertisers and users, Google Earth getting the blame for "exposing" secret government installations already viewable in other ways, Tim Mayer & Jeremy Zawodny of Yahoo podcasting on Silicon Valley movers, Google releases year end data on popular searches and more!
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Google/AOL Deal is a Go: AIM and Google Talk To Become Interoperable, White
Labelling of Google Ad Technology, and Expansion of Display Ads on Google
Network All Part of "What's New"
Flash Drives To Come Pre-Loaded with Google Software
Resource Pages About Google's Content Network Now Available, Includes
AdSense For Domains Program Overdue For Reform -- And Yahoo & Microsoft Should
Also Take Note
Jeeves Adds Translations, Pronunciations & Synonym Lookups
Answers.com Testing New "Find As You Type" Feature
Power Searching with the Pros
Overlook Human Edited Directories
Governments Ask Google to Turn a Blind Eye
Mayer and Zawodny Ready to Debut New Webcast/Podcast on Webmaster Radio
- Google Releases 2005 Year-End Google Zeitgeist
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