Daily SearchCast, Sept. 28, 2005: Google Moving To NASA (Offices), Dropping Euro Commissions, Yahoo Preps Tools On Search Buzz, Releases Desktop Search From Beta, A Search Marketer On The Apprentice & More!

Today's search podcast covers Google expected to expand offices to the NASA Ames site, removing commissions for European advertisers and unifying logons, while Yahoo is prepping new tools to measure search buzz and releasing its desktop search tool. Plus, a search marketer on The Apprentice and more!

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