Today's search podcast covers a new before-and-after aerial photo service from MSN, thumbs up for John Battelle's new book, a search marketing group holding its first officer elections, whether MSN's new search API really is "way better" than Google's, as Bill Gates says, Google encouraging people to make use of its personalized home page service, Yahoo Instant Search showing answers before you even push the search button and more!
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Katrina Flyover Offers Many Before-And-After Views Of New Orleans
- Two Thumbs
Up for Battelle's The Search
- My Thoughts
On "The Search"
Email On Employee Loss To Google & Sneaking Lee In The Back Door
Web Index Expands
- SMA-NA To
Action Suit On Click Fraud STILL To Stay In Arkansas
- Maybe MSN's
API Isn't "Way Better"
- Codase For
Seeking Open Source Code
Personalized Home Page Graduates To, Well, A Home Page Link
Understanding How Google Grabs Feeds with "FeedFetcher"
- Ask Jeeves
Launches Blog/Feed Search in Japan
- New Yahoo
Instant Search Gives Answers Directly -- No Results Page Required
- Google Pitches College Life, As Powered By Google
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