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  1. SEO's Achilles' Heel: The Misdirected Attack on Search Engine Optimizers

    Remember in the third "Star Trek" movie where the cocky young scientist that turned out to be Captain Kirk's son admitted that the reason why the new planet they created was falling apart before their eyes was because he used the fantastic sci-fi...

  2. Search Week in Review for Oct. 30, 2010

    Coming to Google from Amazon/A9 four years ago he has over 20 years of experience in the world of search having been chief scientist at Yahoo and a professor at the University of Arizona. Here's a roundup of this week's columns and news stories for...

  3. Taguchi Sucks for Landing Page Testing

    If you still have an issue with this, and insist on proclaiming the superiority of fractional factorial methods, tell your statistician to call us and I will have my Chief Scientist beat them up properly.

  4. Delving into the SearchMonkey

    You can see additional examples in my interview with Yahoo Chief Scientist Andrew Tomkins. Yahoo announced today the general public availability of their SearchMonkey program. This is a program that has been in beta testing with limited partners.

  5. Google Engine Discussed At Popular Mechanics

    Manber, "a computer science professor at the University of Arizona, then a senior vice president at Amazon and Yahoo's chief scientist, Manber is now vice president in charge of search quality for Google, where he makes sure results are engineered...

  6. Yahoo! Open Search Platform Recap with Andrew Tomkins

    At last month's SES New York, Kevin Newcomb covered the Thursday morning keynote by Andrew Tomkins in an article entitled, “Chief Scientist at Yahoo! Ask Yahoo's Chief Scientist. Prior to joining Yahoo Research, he managed the "Information...