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  1. Microsoft Snipes (Only) at Google Over Browser Settings Circumvention Controversy

    Oddly, though, Microsoft’s “discovery” comes two days after TAP blog published Internet Explorer privacy protections also being circumvented by Google, Facebook, and many more, by Carnegie Mellon University Associate Professor Lorrie Faith Cranor.

  2. Why the Twitter ‘Who Gives a Tweet’ Researchers are Wrong

    Lead author Paul Andre, post-doctoral fellow in Carnegie Mellon’s Human-Computer Interaction Institute (HCII), suggests, "If we understood what is worth reading and why, we might design better tools for presenting and filtering content, as well as...

  3. Is Social Conversation The Future Of Polls And Surveys ? [Study]

    Carnegie Mellon University researchers demonstrated how Tweets ("Twitter data" as they call them) replicate opinion estimation for two major U.S.indicators, with some correlations "as high as 80%", suggesting that readily available texts from...

  4. Yahoo! Open Search Platform Recap with Andrew Tomkins

    Andrew received bachelor's degrees in mathematics and computer science from MIT, and a CS from Carnegie Mellon University. At last month's SES New York, Kevin Newcomb covered the Thursday morning keynote by Andrew Tomkins in an article...

  5. Google Announces Plan to Open Pittsburgh Engineering Office; Yahoo Opens NYC Research Center

    Don't forget that Pittsburgh is also home to Vivisimo/Clusty which was started by Carnegie Mellon computer science students and faculty members including Vivisimo CEO, Raul Valdes-Perez.and Jerome Pesenti, Chief Scientist & Co-founder.

  6. Sight-Impaired Users Have Problems with Registration Process at Google

    Developed by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, they're used to separate the humans from bots in Web site registrations, preventing large-scale automated registrations that can then be used to send spam.

  7. PageRank, Wrappers, Ranking News and More: Papers from the WWW 2005 Conference

    Olston, (Carnegie Mellon University) More papers are linked in this April, 2004 compilation I put together for the blog. The complete proceedings is available here. Here are links to some of the "search related" papers/presentations that might be...

  8. Google's Usenet Timeline and Early Search Engine Announcements

    Carnegie Mellon University Center for Machine Translation Announces Lycos (8/14/94) Slashdot has a thread about a "new" timeline from Google that highlights interesting and historic posts from their 20 year Usenet (aka Google Groups) archive.