Today's search podcast covers a security flaw with Google Sitemaps letting some people see search stats for other sites, including the US White House; how the US White House gets the most traffic from Google for the term "failure;" Google Print debated at the NY Public Library; Google interested in the Riya photo company?; a new way to get maps on UK mobile phones; recipe searches rise as Thanksgiving approaches and much more!
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Security Flaw With Google Sitemaps Stats
Most Popular Term Sending Traffic From Google To US White House Site
- Gmail Never
Hacked, Google Says
Print Debate at NY Public Library
Google-Riya Rumor and Image/Face Recognition Searching
Offer to Provide Free WiFi in Mountain View is a Go
Blogoscoped Interviews Matt Cutts
- Yahoo and
MSN: New Patent Apps Published
Congress Info Site and Search Tool "THOMAS" Receives Upgrade
- UK: Send
Maps to Mobile Phones With Multimap and Other Send to Phone Tools
- Tasty: Searching for Recipes Increases
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