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Gary Price

Gary Price

Articles by Gary Price

  1. Gracenote: A Ubiquitous Music Database

    Any time you play an audio CD and your computer's music player automatically looks up information about the album, it's likely you've just used Gracenote, a huge online database of audio information.

  2. It's Time To Say So Long

    The time has come for me to say goodbye to Danny, Chris, and the rest of the SEW team. The good news is that I will not be going very far and what have become known to many of you as "Gary's other sites" (ResourceShelf and DocuTicker) will...

  3. Answers.com Adds New Ready Reference Content to Database

    It's great to see that Answers.com, a "ready reference" service with a growing database of factual information from a wide variety of sources continues to add new content and sources to their database on a very regular basis. Several new...

  4. The Wayback Machine Announces Larger Archive

    We've noticed that the publicly announced total size of permanently archived web pages found in The Internet Archive's Wayback Machine has increased in size 15 billion pages today from 40 billion pages to 55 billion archived web pages (versus a...

  5. Feedster Gets a New Look

    A quick note to point out that "feed" search engine, Feedster, has undergone a makeover. Much cleaner and easier to read home page with a splash of color. The same look and color is also visible on search results pages. The Feedster blog has more...

  6. Udi Manber Leaves A9 to Join Google

    Searchblog reports that Udi Manber, formerly the person in charge at A9 (Amazon.com's search site) is heading to the Googleplex where he'll now work. No word on what Manber's title will be at Google. Amazon/A9 is replacing Manber with Dr. David...

  7. Report: Lycos May Have Laid Off Most Its Search Team Go

    Battelle over at Searchblog reports that two sources have told him that Lycos may have let most of its search team go and will keep just a skeleton crew in place to run the service. For the search historians out there, the Lycos crawling...

  8. Searching Television News

    A new free service from multimedia search engine TVEyes lets you search each and every word spoken during TV news broadcasts from well-known news organizations.

  9. Google and Others Invest in Wireless Servies Company

    Om Malik reports that Google, Skype, and others have invested in FON, a wireless services startup. FON describes itself this way: FON is a Global Community of people who share WiFi. Share your WiFi broadband access at home/work and enjoy WiFi...

  10. Don Dodge Chats with Memeorandum Founder, Gabe Rivera

    Via Scobleizer, a very interesting interview by Don Dodge (ex AltaVista now at MS) with the founder of Memeorandum, Gabe Rivera. From the Interview: Don Dodge: How do you compare Memeorandum to Slashdot, Digg, Reddit, and others? Gabe...

  11. Google and Fiat Partner to Offer Google Earth Game

    How about creating a Google Earth game that's also a marketing tool? Sounds like a smart idea to me and it's precisely what Fiat has done. According to Adverblog, (via a link on InsideGoogle) Fiat and Google have partnered to offer this contest...

  12. Google Subpoena Update: Judge Delays Hearing for Two Weeks

    Declan McCullagh writes that the court hearing orginally scheduled for February 27th to determine if Google will have to turn over search records to the U.S. Department of Justice has been postponed for two weeks and will now take place on March...