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Berkeley California

  1. Boston Globe Adopts Open-Source Neighborhood News Mapping Platform OpenBlock

    YouTube, precisely, is readying to launch its news feed this summer with the support of the University of California at Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism. The Boston globe is among the early adopters of OpenBlock, an open-source platform...

  2. Maile Ohye of Google will be Keynote Speaker at SES Toronto 2010

    Ohye earned a Cognitive Science with a Computer Science emphasis from the University of California at Berkeley. Maile Ohye, a Senior Developer Programs Engineer at Google, will be one of the keynote speakers at SES Toronto 2010.

  3. 'What The Neighbors Pay'

    Here's an example of the pricing data for a building in the Berkeley, California area. Here's a set of results from my area, Oakland, California. Apartment locator has introduced a new service it calls "What The Neighbors Pay.

  4. Divining the Future of Search

    The March issue of California Magazine (the alumni magazine of UC Berkeley) features a number of essays on the future of search. Articles include "Is Cyberspace Still Anti-Sovereign" by John Perry Barlow, "Mitch Kapor Loves Wikipedia," "Can We Know...

  5. Court Documents & Summary Of United States Versus Google Over Search Data

    Stark is a Professor of Statistics at the University of California, Berkeley. Bush Administration Demands Search Data; Google Says No, Yahoo After the lead government attorney conferred with Google, Google has chosen not to comply with subpoena.

  6. Search Engines 101

    If you really want to dig deeply into learning about search technology, wander over to the web site of the School of Information Management and Systems at the University of California at Berkeley. Information Organization and Retrieval http://www...