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  1. Note to FTC: Google Satisfies Information Needs Way More Than Shopping Needs

    Perhaps not a totally original idea as Professor Vannevar Bush had a similar thought back in 1945 when he argued in the Atlantic Monthly that “as humans turned from war, scientific efforts should shift from increasing physical abilities to making...

  2. Google Offers Free & Discounted Wi-Fi at U.S. Malls, Airports

    Hobby Airport (HOU) and George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) Google and Boingo Wireless are teaming up to offer free Wi-Fi at eight U.S.malls and discounted access in 16 major airports across the U.S.

  3. Hypertext Visionary Jorge Luis Borges Celebrated with Google Logo

    Were it not for Borges and other visionaries such as American inventor and engineer Vannevar Bush – who predicted the arrival of the “memex,” in which an individual could store all “his books, records, and communications, and which is mechanized...

  4. Many 2010 Election Results Too Close To Call

    As the final national results were tallied the following morning, George Bush had clearly won a total of 246 electoral votes, while Al Gore had won 255 votes. News or Google News this morning and search for "too close to call.

  5. Viacom Hires High-Profile Lawyer to Battle YouTube on Copyright

    Bush in the U.S. Supreme Court Bush vs. Viacom's battle with YouTube is heating up again. In June, the company promised to appeal after it lost its battle with Google-owned YouTube when a judge decided that the video-sharing was protected by the...

  6. Google Bombs Away! Liberals Eager to Damage GOP in the SERPs

    It was eventually defused in 2007 on Google, but Bush's bio is still returned on page one of Bing/Yahoo's SERPs. Bush's biography on the White House site in 2004. With the November mid-term elections just a few weeks away in the U.S.one website is...

  7. The Future of Search: A One-Act Play in Three Acts (Act Two)

    The Bush II regime was happy to sign a law requiring libraries and bookstores to submit lists of names of people who bought or checked out books on particular topics, complete with an automatic gag order that prevented anyone discussing the order...