Today's search podcast covers the launch of Yahoo's question answering service, Yahoo Answers; other Q&A services; Yahoo's purchase of Del.icio.us; MSN Virtual Earth becoming Windows Local Live and gaining birds eye imagery; Google's new transit planning service for those in Portland, Oregon; Alexa's new vertical search engines that developers can rent; Yahoo's Jeremy Zawodny in a paid links selling debate, Lycos kicking off "top search terms of the year" season and more!
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Engine Strategies Chicago: Day Four
- The Birth
of Yahoo Answers
Other Q&A Services, Most Available For Free!
- The New
York Public Library and Answers.com Announce New Homework Service
Buys "Answer Extraction" Engine Brainboost for $4 Million in Cash and Some
Shares of Restricted Stock
Data's Hearty Buffet Of Lookup Databases Grows Larger, More Useful
- New People
and Company Search Tools from ZoomInfo
- Create Your
Own Collection Of Searchable RSS Feeds With ScoopGo & Blogdigger Groups
- Tag It:
Acquisition, Yahoo Acquires del.icio.us
Live Local Beta is Now Online; Some Global Imagery Also Added
- Google Labs
Quietly Releases Transit Trip Travel Planner for Portland, Oregon
Offers Fee-Based Vertical Search Services
Jeremy Zawodny Caught In Link Selling Debate
- Google and
Microsoft Play "The Price is Right" with AOL
Releases Keyword Searchable Archive of Classic European TV Commercials Online
- Lycos Kicks off the "Top Search Terms of the Year" Season
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