Today's search podcast covers whether an anti-Slapp motion could quash the Traffic Power suit against SEO Book, a ruling to come next week in the Microsoft-Google dispute over Kai-Fu Lee, yet more signs that Google has a larger index that it hasn't yet revealed by changing figures on its home page, search ads making up 1/3 of all ad impressions, Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin dubbed most powerful, being an algoholic, digging through the earth via Google Maps and more!
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- Traffic Power Suit Could Be Quashed Through Anti-Slapp Motion
- Ruling In Google-Microsoft Dispute Over Lee Comes Next Tuesday
- Google Appoints Former Microsoft Employee Head Of Google Israel Office
- Mac Mozilla Chief Mike Pinkerton Joins Google Firefox Team
- Google Update Underway -- More Sign Of A Coming Index Increase?
- Googlewhacks Show More Signs That Google's Increased Its Index; Time To Drop The Hamburger Count
- Sponsored Search Links Accounted for 34% of Online Ad Impressions During One Week Period
- Japan's Mitsui Invests in Feedster
- The Wall Street Journal Tackles Blog Search
- Hey President Chirac -- French-Based Thomson Sold Off Search Technology You Now Want To Fund
- Ask Jeeves CEO Interviewed, Says Online Scams Could Slow Adoption of Personalized Search Tools
- Google Guys Are Top Powerbrokers
- SES San Jose 2005 Coverage Wrap-Up
- Are you an "Algoholic?"
- Andy Beal Back Blogging At Marketing Pilgrim
- Dispatch From Search Marketer Dazzlindonna, Hit By Katrina But Safe
- Need A Laugh? Try This Search News "Quiz"
- Google & GEICO Settle Dispute
- Dig A Hole Through Earth Via Google Maps
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