Today's search podcast covers how Microsoft's classified ads service is shaping up, Google building a war chest to fight Microsoft, Yahoo ousting Google on some versions of Firefox, humans still reviewing some ads at Google, issues with Wikipedia and biographies, new podcast search tools and more!
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Microsoft Classifieds Service -- And Why Comparing To Google Base Doesn't Make
Builds Anti-Microsoft War Chest, Expect Ads To Keep Booming & Yahoo The Stealth
Looking For Interactive TV Engineers; Yahoo Needs Search Relevance and
- Yahoo Now
Default Search Engine on Asian Versions of Firefox 1.5
Now Embedded into Firefox 1.5 Search Toolbar
Still Part Of Google Ad Review Process
Offer Google Kudos for Allowing Separate Bidding
Targeted Ads, Links, and Offers Coming to CBS Station Sites
Over Wikipedia Accountability With Bios
Google Talk Blog Launches & All-In-One Official Google Blog Posts Page
Google UI Experiment, This Time With Google Images
Search Week Wrapup
Launches One-Box Air Fare Search
- Keyword Searching of Podcasts Using a Variety of Tools
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