Today's search podcast covers Yahoo getting both a new podcast search service and mixing new blog search results into Yahoo News, while Google launches a feed reading service and allows users to bookmark and tag search results. Google founder Sergey Brin speaks to UC Berkeley students while a good interview with Google webmaster relations guru Matt Cutts is out. Chris Pirillo of Lockergnome fame launches a meta search engine for mobile web users, plus more!
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Back, I-Search Mailing List & Detlev!
- Yahoo Gains
for Video and Podcasts
- Thoughts On
& Playing With Yahoo's Blog Search
- How Many
Feeds Really Matter: Part 2, New Numbers from the Bloglines Database
- First Fast
Impressions of Google Reader
- New Google
Reader For Feed Reading
- Show Your
My Web Saved Pages On Your Site -- But Still No Add To My Web Button!
- Google Lets
You Manually Save & Tag Results Through New Bookmarks Feature
With Google's Matt Cutts
- Sergey Brin:
The Video Lecture
South Park Characters Take Aim At Google
Cartoon Editorial Jabs at Google Becoming Popular
Pirillo's Gada.be: Metasearch Plus Ease of Use For Mobile Searchers
- Zunch Execs Depart, Form New Company Kinetic
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