Today's search podcast covers updates at Google and Yahoo, developments in book search at Google, Amazon and MSN, Google growth into new businesses, Google Base as a future database for anyone and anything, programming your TiVo via Yahoo, a new Google mobile search tool, new details about the personal 767 for Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin and more!
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- Google Oct.
2005 Jagger Update Continues Into November & Hating The Term Canonical
- Yahoo Nov.
2005 Update Weather Report Issued
Print Now Publishing Out-Of-Copyright Works Gained Through Library Scanning
- Once Again
-- The Difference Between Google Print & Google Library
"Amazon Pages" & "Amazon Updade" Programs To Sell Books In Electronic Format
Announces MSN Book Search; Joins Open Content Alliance
- MSN &
British Library Partner On Book Search Project
Gains Community Lists To Rank Top Blogs By Topic
- NYT On
Google As Threat To Other Businesses
- Riffing on
Said Leading The Race For Part Of AOL
Buying Full Ownership Of Yahoo UK, Germany, France & Korea
Your TiVo via Yahoo
Lowers Ad Deposit To $5
Testing Pay Per Call In US
- New Ad
Targeting Options May Fuel Privacy Worries
- Yale Law
Holding Regulating Search Symposium
Engines and Reputation Management
Party Turns To Google Ads On Riot Issue
Local Goes Mobile
Offers AdSense Referral Fees
- Details Emerge on Google Force One
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